Monthly Archives: August 2010

Power (or not) Point – Presentation

I recently read James Christie’s The medium’s PowerPoint, what’s the message?. It was one of those articles that makes you stop doing what ever it is you are working on and start thinking. I will be the first one to … Continue reading

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Defect Density – How and why I gather this for my test metrics

When I was asked to calculate defect density for my projects, I wasn’t quite sure what it was. I researched it online and found several articles on it. Most of them recommended using lines of code to measure defect density while others suggested using … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Buck Stops with You! – John Graci

When Leaders Lead, Employees Become Motivated Read this book over the weekend. This book has a lot of common sense strategies to help managers motivate their employees. John Graci talks about how managers can really make their employee feel good … Continue reading

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Tracking Test Metrics

Tracking test metrics is really an important and integral part of a test lead’s job. It helps track testing progress, testing trend and helps with telling a story with data. The data is always there. The leads responsibility really lies in determining what … Continue reading

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