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Seven different ways I have sabotaged myself as a tester. Also, how I think I have learnt from those mistakes and why they were mistakes in the first place. 

The talk I mention was from Claire Goss : @ClaireMGoss

The intro, outro and inbetween is music from the Blue Dot sessions, sourced from freemusicarchive.org

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I answer questions about surprises in testing, courage and imperfect release cycles. Perfect Guilty Tester fodder. 

Questions from:

Stuart Crocker - @StooCrock .

Paradith - @AjParadith .

Nork - @plankovski .

The intro, outro and inbetween is music from the Blue Dot sessions, sourced from freemusicarchive.org

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Do you work in Software Development? Do you struggle with the concept of Release Freezes? You're in the right place then.

In this Second slightly festive related episode I talk again to the three guests from episode 8

Gem Hill - @Gem_Hill - from https://letstalkabouttests.xyz/ and https://innerpod.co.uk/ 

Matthew Bretten - @matthewbretten - bestofthetest.blogspot.co.uk 

Ross Wilson - @rossalexwilson - awesome everywhere but nowhere all at once.

Contact me: email - theguitlytester@gmail.com

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The intro is music from the Blue Dot sessions, sourced from freemusicarchive.org

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Do you work in Software Development? Do you want to hear about other peoples Christmas related software problems so you feel better about your own? You're in the right place then.

In this first festive related episode I talk to Gem Hill ( @Gem_Hill), Matthew Bretten (@matthewbretten) and Ross Wilson (@rossalexwilson). 

The intro is music from the Blue Dot sessions, sourced from freemusicarchive.org

The outro music is my fault, I'm sorry.

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Do you ever feel guilty for not meeting the standards set by others in the Software Testing community? You're in the right place then.

In this episode I talk to Jesper Ottosen. We discuss traditions, open questions and how to work within contracts which are specifically requesting traditional test practices based on large numbers of test cases. 

His blog is https://jlottosen.wordpress.com/ and his twitter handle is @jlottosen The intro and outro is music from the Blue Dot sessions, sourced from freemusicarchive.org

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Do you ever feel guilty for not meeting the standards set by others in the Software Testing community? You're in the right place then.

In this episode I talk to Stuart Crocker. We discuss testing in production, what happens when your ideas are challenging to others, and of course have a little discussion about acting as a gatekeeper.

The blogpost we discuss is this one here https://dragonsforelevenses.com/2018/04/27/we-have-no-evidence-to-suggest-we-shouldnt-release/

Stuart is @StooCrock on twitter if you want to follow him, which you should because he’s a great guy and has some interesting ideas.

I am @theguiltytester and can be emailed on theguiltytester@gmail.com

The intro and outro is music from the Blue Dot sessions, sourced from freemusicarchive.org

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Do you ever feel guilty for not meeting the standards set by others in the Software Testing community, or even the standards you are setting for yourself? Okay, you are in the right place then.

On my own Pretending there's a guest here All alone I talk about my testing Without them I fear there is no point here And yet I make this thing I put it out And hope it's quite clear

The intro and outro is music from the Blue Dot sessions, sourced from freemusicarchive.org

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Do you ever feel guilty for not meeting the standards set by others in the Software Testing community? Okay, let's talk about that then.

In this episode I talk to Maaret Pyhajarvi. We discuss pairing, mobbing and the futility of forcing people to do things they don't want to do. In amongst a whole host of other topics largely concerned with collaboration.

The intro and outro is music from the Blue Dot sessions, sourced from freemusicarchive.org

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Do you ever feel guilty for not meeting the standards set by others in the Software Testing community? Okay, let's talk about that then.

In this episode I talk to Christopher Lampert https://nevertrustadeveloper.wordpress.com. We discuss his software principles including his reluctance to sign work off and how principles which seem easy to keep are never that simple.

The intro and outro is music from the Blue Dot sessions, sourced from freemusicarchive.org

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Do you ever feel guilty for not meeting the standards set by others in the Software Testing community? Okay, let's talk about that then. In this episode I talk to Neil Studd www.neilstudd.com . We discuss his software principles concerning bugs and the things that seem simple in theory are often far from simple in practice.

The intro and outro is music from the Blue Dot sessions, sourced from freemusicarchive.org

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