Thursday, July 22, 2010

Software Testing News - 22 July 2010

  • QTP Unplugged back in store @ 549/- (S/H included)


    QTP Unplugged is now back and available in the KnowledgeInbox online store. We had to take the online store off for 2 weeks due to an overwhelming response to our last offer. We are now back in stock. The book will be available at just 549/- which includes shipping charges as well. The offer is [...]
  • Unlearning for testers


    Today I want to present a non-technical advice: unlearning. The traditional definition* of unlearning stands for giving up present habits and/or knowledge: –verb (used with object) 1. to forget or lose knowledge of. 2. to discard or put aside certain knowledge as being false or binding: to unlearn preconceptions. –verb (used without object) 3. to lose or discard knowledge. _____________________________________________________ * -Taken from As we can see from this definition, there are negative and positive sides of unlearning. How to benefit from unlearning? Use it as a brainstorming tool Use it as a problem-solving tool Use it for retrospective analysis…

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