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Do Your Developers Write Too Many Bugs?

I think every developer wants to write fewer bugs – but for all their wanting, I have still seen many, many bugs in my career. ...
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The QA Team Should NEVER Find a Bug!

Many companies use metrics to measure the performance of the Sales Team, the Developers, the QA Team, etc. For QA the metrics frequently include: Many ...
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Does Your Test Automation Arrive Too Late?

Traditional test automation arrives one release behind the new features – after the manual QA team has spent at least two weeks testing the new ...
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SBE/BDD for Data Science

Data Science and Big Data are hot topics, and rightly so – companies can save huge sums, or dramatically increase sales, by analyzing the data ...
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Pytest-BDD vs. Behave

Love it or loath it, Python is the language of choice for most Data Scientists – so if the work is done in Python and ...
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Never Google ‘BDD Tutorial’​

You should never, ever Google ‘BDD Tutorial’ or ‘Gherkin Tutorial’. Why? Once when I was teaching a BDD class I was walking around listening to ...
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Do You Want to Save $50,000 per Developer per Year?

A number of case studies have shown that a typical developer spends 30% to 40% of their time fixing bugs. Specification by Example/BDD is designed ...
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