TLDR; The world needs another Software Testing Podcast. So I created one.
Welcome to “The Evil Tester Show”. A Podcast (audio and visual) about Software Testing.
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Test Cases and Test Scripts are Test Entities, are they useful? Could we just use Test Conditions?
The words Manual Testing should carry a trigger warning, but what can we say instead?
Manual QA is dead. Companies are getting rid of their QA teams. What can we do instead?
In this podcast we discuss test automation biases and how to avoid them.
In this podcast we discuss a UK Government document on exploratory testing.
In this podcast we share tips on how to recruit
In this podcast we share tips on how to get a job in Software Testing.
In this podcast we share tips on how to present online.
In this podcast we answer the question What Should I Be? Programmer or Tester?
In this podcast we consider the concern that people need to learn to Automate or they will not have a testing career
In this podcast we consider the question Why? Why? Because we could ask something more effective instead.
In this podcast we consider what is software testing, is there a one true definition? And do we care?
In this podcast we consider how do you find tools, and how to decide between them when you do find them.
In this podcast we consider workarounds, and how to use them to let nothing stop you.
In this podcast we consider rejection, and how to stop it from stopping you.
In this first podcast of 2018 we have New Year Resolution Special and you will learn how to use your testing skills for goal setting and asking questions.
In this Black Friday Special of The Evil Tester Show Podcast we consider lessons we can learn from discount sales, retail under pressure, and confidence tricksters and expert provocateurs.
In this episode we cover Provocative Therapy, the Role of the Tester in Modern Software Development and the role of the Quality Coach
In this first and super spooky episode we cover Houdini, Charles Fort and GhostHunting, all related back to Software Testing