Gregory Testing

Scientist by training, tester by trade. Based out of Toronto, Canada. Find me as @GregPaciga on Twitter or on the Testers.io Slack space. This is a blog about me testing.
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Testing on Dune (Part 1)

I recently read Frank Herbert’s Dune and was surprised to find a couple passages on testing. I thought it would…

My first game of TestSphere

Today (as I write this, last week as it is published) I had my first experience playing TestSphere. I’ve had…

Agile Testing book club: Let them feel pain

This is the second part is a series of exercises where I highlight one detail from a chapter or two…

Testing like you’re laughing

I was in a brainstorming meeting recently. The woman running the meeting started setting up an activity by dividing in the board into several sections. In one, she wrote “Lessons Learned” and in a second she wrote “Problem Areas”. The idea was that we’d each come up with a few ideas to put into each category and then discuss. I immediately asked, “What if one of the lessons I learned is that we have a problem area?”

The Greg Score: 12 Steps to Better Testing

Ok, I’ll admit right off the bat that this post is not going to give you 12 steps to better…

Agile Testing book club: Everyone is a Tester

If you’ve even dipped your toe into the online testing community, there’s a good chance that you’ve heard Agile Testing…

What the Bug!? (An attempt at knowledge sharing, two ways)

When I was making the transition from waterfall style projects to agile teams in a previous company, one of the…

Tests vs Checks and the complication of AI

There’s a lot to be made in testing literature of the differences between tests and checks. This seems to have…

Yes, I test in production

Recently a post on Reddit about a company doing tests on a live production environment sparked some conversation on the…

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