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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Dynamically create test cases with Robot Framework

In Robot Framework, there isn’t an obvious built-in way to create a list of tests to execute dynamically. I recently…

The Phoenix Project & the value of anecdotes

I generally have a hard time reading non-fiction books. Though I always love learning, I rarely find them engaging enough…

Seven things I learned at CAST

My CAST debrief from last week ended up being mostly about personal reflection, but I also wanted to call out…

CAST 2018 Debrief

Last week I was lucky enough to attend the Conference of the Association of Software Testing, CAST 2018. I had…

In defence of time over story points

I have to admit, there was a time when I was totally on board with estimating work in “story points”….

Little Alchemy: A silly little test exercise

Lately I’ve been entertaining myself with a silly little mobile app called Little Alchemy 2, a simple revamp of an…

Agile Testing book club: Goals

This is the fourth part in my series highlighting some of the lessons I’m taking from reading Agile Testing by…

Qualifying quantitative risk

Let’s start with quantifying qualitative risk first. Ages ago I was under pressure from some upper management to justify timelines,…

The column that shall not be named

Until recently my team had a very simple set up for our sprint board, with just four steps: Tickets would…

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