Hexawise Buys the Beers

As an homage to George Box, statistician and friend of Hexawise CEO and Founder Justin Hunter, Hexawise bought the beers for testers at the StarEAST 2014 and CAST 2014 testing conferences.

Hexawise Buys the Beers
Hexawise Buys the Beers

As an homage to George Box, statistician and friend of Hexawise CEO and Founder Justin Hunter, Hexawise bought the beers for testers at the StarEAST 2014 and CAST 2014 testing conferences.

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By John Hunter and Justin Hunter Sep 1, 2014
My plan has a lot of constraints in it. Should I split it into separate plans?
My plan has a lot of constraints in it. Should I split it into separate plans?

Provides helpful guidance on when it might make sense to split your single Hexawise plan into multiple different plans due to a lot of constraints being necessary.

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By Justin Hunter Aug 14, 2014
Hexawise Benefits - (Qualitative and Quantitative)
Hexawise Benefits - (Qualitative and Quantitative)

Using both qualitative and quantitative benefits of Hexawise to create a business case for a Hexawise license purchase.

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By Justin Hunter Aug 11, 2014
How bad are normal, business-as-usual software tests?
How bad are normal, business-as-usual software tests?

How to determing how "bad" your existing manually-selected tests are (and how badly you need Hexawise).

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By Jordan Weck Jul 2, 2014
Start with a Small Test Plan and Add Details as Necessary
Start with a Small Test Plan and Add Details as Necessary

Introduces the "Goldilocks Rule" for guidance on how much information to include in a single Hexawise test plan.

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By John Hunter Jun 17, 2014
Software Testing Carnival #6
Software Testing Carnival #6

The sixth installment of the Hexawise Software Testing Carnival - a series of posts focused on sharing interesting and useful blog posts related to software testing.

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By John Hunter Jun 10, 2014
To create a software test plan, start with a verb and a noun
To create a software test plan, start with a verb and a noun

Recommendations on how to use a "Verb and Noun" to guide your Hexawise test plan creation.

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By Justin Hunter Jun 4, 2014
Should I Use One Test Plan or Multiple Plans?
Should I Use One Test Plan or Multiple Plans?

Provides helpful guidance on when it might make sense to split your single Hexawise plan into multiple different plans due to different "Verb and Noun" ideas within the same set of tests.

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By Sean Johnson May 7, 2014
Whaddya Mean "No Possible Value"?
Whaddya Mean "No Possible Value"?

Explains the reason you might be seeing "No possible value" as values in some of your Hexawise test cases and how to fix your plan to remove these "No possible value" values.

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By Sean Johnson May 1, 2014
Exploring a Cave or Software
Exploring a Cave or Software

Encourages more broad adoption of exploratory testing techniques by testers everywhere.

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By John Hunter Apr 8, 2014

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