I’m joining a new team at work, and as I do so I’ve taken some time to reflect on how I want to contribute to the team. Obviously some of that will be specific to the context of the team I am on, but I’ve also decided to publish some of my personal quality principles.Continue reading “My Personal Quality Principles”
If the point is get your code out there so that you can have as many dollars as possible, it seems less likely to me that you are actually releasing in a way that is doing good in the world. Rapid releases are a useful tool, if used for the right thing; learning and growth.
Some of the brokeness in this world comes from software and if we testers won’t take the time to point it out who will? It time to shift the culture of tech. It’s time to stop treating humans like they are data points in our algorithims and instead start treating them like, I don’t know, complex beings with thought, desires, loves and hates. It’s time to do something different.