Gregory Testing

Scientist by training, tester by trade. Based out of Toronto, Canada. Find me as @GregPaciga on Twitter or on the Testers.io Slack space. This is a blog about me testing.
Category: Culture

Testing as prevention instead of diagnosis

On the topic of testing clichés, I recently heard again something along the lines of “testing only provides information, it…

UX clichés are also testing clichés

If enough people work in a discipline for long enough, eventually they’re going to start noticing patterns and poking fun…

Showcasing failure (and what Claire Saffitz taught me about testing)

What if we had a YouTube series of someone trying to create “gourmet” versions of ideal automated test suites that…

The most important and most useless response to every question about testing

This is a pet peeve of mine that I see it happening almost every day in the various online test…

Respecting the house rules

I just watched Angie Jones’s keynote from this year’s Selenium Conference using elements of game design to talk about test…

Rethinking velocity

I’ve been thinking about the concept of “velocity” in software development the last few days, in response to a couple…

Demo things that aren’t done

When I saw this tweet from John Cutler about demos: Pssssst… You can demo stuff before the end of the…

Highlights from one day at Web Unleashed 2018

I pretended to be a Front-End Developer for the day on Monday and attended some sessions at FITC’s Web Unleashed…

The Phoenix Project & the value of anecdotes

I generally have a hard time reading non-fiction books. Though I always love learning, I rarely find them engaging enough…

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