Contract Tester Position At NewVoiceMedia

Monday, May 11, 2015 10:20 AM

I am looking for someone to come and join the NewVoiceMedia development team here in the UK as a tester. The role is for a tester on a 3 month contract. The role is located in Basingstoke, UK. I’m looking for someone who has a critical mind, great communication skills and an ability to hit […]

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Continuous Delivery In The Pub with Amy Philips

Thursday, May 07, 2015 11:31 AM

    If you go to these continuous delivery meet-ups there are developers there talking about testing. Testers need to be there as well. – Amy Phillips   Great Testing In The Pub podcast with Amy Phillips. Some very important and pertinent points made about why CD can be beneficial and the role testers may […]

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Forget DevOps – focus on DevMOps

Thursday, April 16, 2015 10:00 AM

Forget DevOps – focus on DevMOps. There seems to be a growing problem with DevOps and Marketing not aligning. So what about DevMOps = Dev + Marketing + Ops Ok – so we may want to rename it but recently I cannot believe how many conversations I’ve had or heard that were about how continuous […]

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10 Reasons Why Being A Scrum Master Sucks – And a job opportunity

Monday, April 13, 2015 09:00 AM

10 Reasons Why Being A Scrum Master Sucks* I loved my time as a scrum master. It was an interesting and rewarding role. But being a scrum master mostly sucks. And here’s why. 1. You spend more money than you earn on stationery Post-it notes, sharpies, blu-tack, index cards, pens, pencils, stickers, badges, dry wipe […]

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Don’t let anyone hold you back

Thursday, April 09, 2015 10:00 AM

I’ll never forget the sadness that was conveyed in Cheryll’s words as she politely, but carefully, rejected what would be my very last submission to a popular testing magazine. Me and Cheryll had history. I’d submitted 10 articles to the magazine, and 10 times she had sent me the rejection email. It wasn’t her rejected […]

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