Testing Leadership Quotes

Posted by Albert Gareev on Mar 22, 2016 | Categories: NotesProverbs and quotes

Tweet back!

Twitter is a great tool to collect and share information. But retrieving it is a bit tricky. From time to time I go over my tweets archive and grab useful pieces into my notebook and mindmaps, categorizing the information.

But why can’t I share it back? – came a thought one day. So here it is, my little pilot project.

This is not just a page of quotes. Select any text to bring up sharing box, edit the text, and post to your feed.
As in the example below.


Note. This is a new feature. Any feedback or problem reports are welcome :)


“When the map and the territory don’t agree, believe the territory”~@JerryWeinberg #testing

“People use labels to arrest thinking and understanding”~@JerryWeinberg #testing #learning

“2500 or so, Heraclitus declared that you can never step into the same river twice. Can you perform the same test twice? Why would you?”~‏@MichaelBolton #testing

“What we see is not all there is. So we test. Thereafter, what we see is STILL not there is. But we’ve seen a bit more, which might help”~‏@MichaelBolton #testing

“User stories don’t usually end with “…and the program shall not crash, or have any other problems.” So don’t limit #testing to the story”~‏@MichaelBolton

“SW engineering is a craft; good craftspeople know the capabilities, limitations, and safe uses of their tools”~@JerryWeinberg #testing

“Those assuming all answers don’t have to ask any questions”~@JerryWeinberg #testing

“There’s no test for infallibility.”~‏@MichaelBolton #testing

“Exploratory testing, by intention, reduces emphasis on specific predicted results, in order to reduce the risk of inattentional blindness”~‏@MichaelBolton #testing

“No computer has ever been designed that it is ever aware of what it’s doing”~Marvin Minsky #testing

“An educated person is one who has learned that information almost always turns out to be at best incomplete and very often false, misleading, fictitious, mendacious – just dead wrong”~Russell Wayne Baker #testing

“I’m opposed to the notion of using automation as a substitute for thinking”~‏@MichaelBolton #testing

“… if you must talk, ask questions. People learn more from your questions than from your answers. It makes them think and explore the choices with you”~Jonathan Rosenberg #testing


“Just because somebody else already invented it there’s no reason not to do it again, for the first time, by yourself”~@JerryWeinberg #learning

“Unlike guru, who absorbed wisdom from divine powers, software engineer developed skills and experience through practice, observation, and thinking”~@JerryWeinberg #learning

“Education is what survives when what has been learned has been forgotten”~B. F. Skinner #learning

“Nulla (enim) res tantum ad dicendum proficit, quantum scriptio | Nothing so much assists learning as writing down what we wish to remember”~Marcus Tullius Cicero #learning

“Nothing has more retarded the advancement of learning than the disposition of vulgar minds to ridicule and vilify what they cannot comprehend”~Samuel Johnson #learning


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