Gherkin Tips & Tricks

A few months ago, I was selected to give a presentation at the Testnet ‘voorjaarsevenement’. My talk was about Gherkin and how to improve your Feature files and step definitions. It’s time to put it on the blog. Instead of writing an introduction to …

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Studying for Professional Scrum Master exam

Agile and certifications, is this a good match? Usually agile supporters are proud to not be certified. I don’t know, but at least several founders of Scrum seem to think it is. You have 2 big Scrum certification organisations: Scrum Alliance, who …

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Test data generation tools

As a tester you’ll often need to generate test data. A lot can be achieved with Microsoft Excel or Open/LibreOffice Calc or any other spreadsheet. However there are tools specialized in generating test data. Several commercial tools focus at …

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My list of Windows Tools

I’ll admit it: most of my work is still done on a Windows box. Linux is used on my home server and of course at most of the clients Linux is used in the embedded systems or as server OS for the applications. But my laptops all use at least Windows, …

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