Ben Weese

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Where Can I learn more?

So you want to stay up with the latest QA trends how do you do it. Well here is a list of blogs from utest to follow. I tend to follow a lot more blogs then just those listed for Utest. Using Bloglovin to follow I can keep up with all the latest blogs […]

Lean Testing

So a while ago I wrote an article on Damn Bugs & Overlook and over the course of this year they have changed alot. For one they are now combined to Lean Testing. This great tool is being brought to you by Crowd Sourced Testing. So when you login you have your projects and you […]

5 QA Gifs

What Developers think we do QA is all about that test When Developers give you a new feature to break What QA wants to do to some developers When the program keeps spinning and doesn’t crash

Unit test again

Yes I am again coming to talk to you about unit test. The reason being the QA feild is moving more and more into automation and Quality Engineers. Manual testers are becoming less and less. Companys now want to know QA people can automate and code test. So I have already talked about Unit test […]

Testing Sanity

When I first started testing people would ask me how I could do it. It was so boring and doing the same test over and over would drive them nuts. In order to keep them some what sane they would listen to music while testing. I however loved the nuts and bolts of it all […]

Giant Robot Combat

By Joe of Test Reactor and GC Gamers Connect This weeks episode of Test Reactor we talked about giant robotic combat. Since I took the reigns on this weeks QA Hipster, Ben asked me to write an article on testing Giant Robots. While we usually test software side, testing hardware can be a fun means […]

5 QA Gifs

When you get a new build filled with bugs When you get to test a new feature The bug we both live for and yet never want to see When unable to reproduce a crash so you try everything Finally are able to reproduce a bug you have been working on for a while

What is DevOps?

DevOps is a software development method that emphasizes communication, collaboration (information sharing and web service usage), integration, automation, and measurement of cooperation between software developers and other IT professionals. The method acknowledges the interdependence of software development, quality assurance, and IT operations, and aims to help an organization rapidly produce software products and services and […]