The first software test blogger I read was The Braidy Tester. He is still my favorite.

I borrowed from his test automation framework, took Michael Bolton's Rapid Software Testing course based on his suggestion, and laugh at his testing song satires. But most of all, The Braidy Tester (AKA "Micahel" or "Michael Hunter") inspired me to think more about testing and how to improve it.

So when he asked to interview me for his Book of Testing series I was thrilled. I realize this post is nothing more than an attempt to rub my own ego, but perhaps my answers to the questions will help you think about your own answers. Here it is...

http://www.ddj.com/blog/debugblog/archives/2008/01/five_questions_43.html

1 comments:

  1. prostopher j. cornelius and the purple crayon said...

    congrats on the interview. I guess I have to take you more seriously now since you're in one of my favorite publications (DDJ).

    Now go get mentioned in MSDN Magazine and I'll come and make you a peanut butter tuna fish sandwich every day for a week -- made with non-wheat gluten free bread of course. If that doesn't motivate you then I don't know what will...



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