One hundred cards. One hundred Test-related concepts.
Here on the club, we’ll feature a card from the TestSphere deck for people to write their stories about every month.
I challenge you:
Take a few minutes to think about your experiences with the featured card.
What bugs have you found that are related? Which ones have you missed?
How have you tackled testing for this concept?
What made it difficult or more easy?
What have you learned? What can others learn from your experience?
Take one of those experiences and put it to prose.
Telling your stories is as valuable to yourself as it is to others.
A frightful bias. I remember a distinct hesitance to log a certain bug, because I knew it was created by a developer who’d get angry.
It was a bug that might not really be a bug, but more of a miscommunication, a misunderstanding.
This developer didn’t like having bugs logged on his features, for who knows what kind of reasons.
I should’ve figured out why he didn’t like it, I should’ve talked to him and try to explain my stance, my concern, my aim to support us all to build a quality product.
But sometimes, the results don’t seem to outweigh the trouble and you stick your head in the sand. You don’t log that bug, you don’t have that talk.
What’s your story?