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David V. Lorenzo posts favorite interviewing questions of people on his Career Intensity Blog Here is his post about mine… At the risk of hinting the people who I interview in the future, also check out my interviewing tag on del.icio.us for a lot of resources on the matter. Why am I open about this?One …

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Fogbugz best practices and other resources

I intend to post some reference to resources I’m fond of in the area of R&D;, QA, methodology and the like. In the meantime, anyone who’s interested in what I have to say will probably see some value in looking at FogBugz Online Documentation. I was referred there by Zeljko Filipin’s blog which is aggregated …

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QA/DEV Protocols – Opening high quality bugs

In another post in the series about QA/DEV protocols, I’ll talk about opening high quality bugs, why its important, what are the forces operating on each side of the trench here, and try to describe an approach that might improve the state of affairs a bit. First – a definition. What is a high quality …

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QA/DEV Protocols – Calling developers to the lab

I’m going to dedicate a couple of posts to the relationships between QA and Development (DEV) organizations. Anyone who’s ever been in either of those organizations knows that sometimes there seems to be a conflict of interest between QA and DEV, which can lead to friction between the groups and the people. Obviously when both …

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Some greenpepper

As I previously hinted in “Building a test case management solution”, I’m personally of the opinion that the holy grail in test case management is in finding the way to manage tests via an issue tracker database. In the time since that post I didn’t find much information about this, and didn’t see tools taking …

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