To Keith Klain: Sir, you’re an aspiration

Posted by Albert Gareev on Jun 14, 2016
A few days ago, Keith Klain, Executive Director, CEO, and a highly recognized leader in testing industry made a comment on Twitter. I couldn’t agree more!!! It was disheartening for me to witness over the years that one of the most passionate context-driven leaders, the one who taught empathy and humility, degraded his expressions to […] ...

On Bullying and Language Lessons

Posted by Albert Gareev on May 26, 2016
Learning lessons from bullying and trolling Blogs, community sites, and Twitter opened wonderful opportunities to connect with people, to learn, to collaborate, and to express yourself. That last part may go wild though. For whatever the reason, bullies of all ages thrive online. Some are typical trolls, some behave like self-appointed judges. Some even have […] ...

Keith Klain criticizing context-driven bullies

Posted by Albert Gareev on May 24, 2016
The Interview Earlier this year, StickyMinds published an interview with Keith Klain – “The Viability of Context-Driven Testing”. The interview is 15 minutes long, both audio and transcript are available. In a way, it was a “sneak peek” for Keith’s keynote at then upcoming StarEast 2016 conference. Note the title. In my impression, Keith Klain […] ...

Review: Driving While Driven: The Way of the Skilled ...

Posted by Albert Gareev on Jun 24, 2015
I attended a webinar provided by Association for Software Testing. I took notes and organized my review in a structured form: Purpose – Attendance – Content – Experience – Cost – Organization – Location – Time. Or PACE COLT, if you like mnemonics (as I do). Purpose The headline of the webinar was “Driving While Driven: The […] ...
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