Software Development

November 30th, 2022, by
The need for new set models and approach to fit the software testing profession in a complex domain

In pursuit of creating predictive testing through advanced simulations we need slightly different support from our processes and models than we’re used to traditionally.

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November 28th, 2022, by
That is why the SBoM should be addressed as a management topic

This article is intended to promote awareness of the SBoM amongst management.

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November 23rd, 2022, by
Analysis of the various level of openness to complexity

Why are some organizations embracing new modern ways of approaching data, test automation, tools, planning and quality assurance - and some are not? What are the underlying mechanisms that is holding us back?

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November 16th, 2022, by
Three case studies on complex software development and six observations

During the recent six months I had the privilege to work with three great organizations on how to tackle an increasingly complex development landscape. 

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November 9th, 2022, by
Introduction to the topic of complexity and how I personally relate to the topic

Do you develop a complex digital system? How do we define a complex system and how should we approach it when we want to develop it further?

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November 3rd, 2022, by
The most powerful aspect of software is changeability

A famous quote by Heraclitus goes roughly along to lines of: “The only constant in life is change”. This is especially true in the digital world where change is considered infinite.

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October 10th, 2022, by
The case for Monoliths

Let’s take a look at a simple business requirement for a web application.

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September 28th, 2022, by
Ctrl + Shift Left

One thing I keep hearing from our clients is the need for earlier testing, to “shift left”. So, in this blog post I’m writing about that. What does shift left mean in software testing?

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August 26th, 2022, by
We are tool builders

I was listening to an old recording of Steve Jobs’ speech about computers being the bicycles for our minds. In…

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April 29th, 2022, by
GitOps Primer

With the rise of cloud, cloud-native and a lot of other buzzwords, we also see the rise of all kinds of Dev(fill here)Ops practices. While I'm an avid advocate of the DevOps mindset, all the buzz around pipelines sounds old-school to me.

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April 1st, 2022, by
Are Speedrunners the Testers of the Future?

I want to write about a part of the culture that has been alive since the 90s but has within the last few years truly broken into the mainstream and is now a big part of today’s youth culture. I’m of course talking about speedrunning, the art of playing through video games as quickly as possible.

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December 1st, 2021, by
What skills does being test automation developer require?

Being a test automation developer is challenging. Why? Because it takes many different disciplines and combines them. It’s relatively easy to find a manual software tester. It’s relatively easy to find a software developer. But to find someone who knows about both of them? That’s the difficulty.

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