## Fixed-Point Number Representation

TL;DR In computing, we also need to represent the number fractions. Fixed-point number representation is one way to handle fractions. The post is aligned with the Black Box Software Testing…

TL;DR In computing, we also need to represent the number fractions. Fixed-point number representation is one way to handle fractions. The post is aligned with the Black Box Software Testing…

TL;DR Back to school! Here we will explain decimal numbers adding algorithm, but tailored for software testers. The post is aligned with the Black Box Software Testing Foundations course (BBST)…

TL;DR In order to become a master of testing data sets, you must be able to explain to any person in the world, how is test data stored and manipulated…

BBST Foundations, testing from tranches, Uncategorized

TL;DR Giving constructive critic is the obligation of every tester. You need to have credible facts when you give someone critical feedback. Most importantly, we, as software testers, must accept…

TL;DR What testing makes interesting is that all tests could only provide partial information that might be useful. This sounds like an excuse for inadequate testing. This post will explain…

TL;DR There are cases when the system under test is so complex, so it could only be tested by creating handcrafted oracle or human observation oracle. The post is aligned…

TL;DR Data-driven testing is when you create oracles based on data set with known characteristics. This post will explain what data set with known characteristics is. The post is aligned…

BBST Foundations, Uncategorized

TL;DR When you have fuzzy requirements, it means that requirements are driven by statistics. How to create statistical testing oracles? The post is aligned with the Black Box Software Testing…

TL;DR This is an experience report for teaching the BBST Foundations course the first week. It explains what is expected from the course co-instructor. After you finish the BBST Instructor…

BBST Foundations, BBST Instructor, Uncategorized

TL;DR In our previous post, we explained that to become a passionate software tester, we should become a mentor. The best mentoring is to be part of the course teaching…

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