Tag Archives: ISTQB

I’m fine. Shaken, but fine.

I was going to write about the six year old unvaccinated boy in Spain who died of diphtheria. Maybe next time. I received my Advanced Technical Test Analyst Certificate today, but that’s not what I’m going to write about either. … Continue reading

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Today at work, I received the following communication from the South African Software Testing Qualifications Board (SASTQB): Dear Julian, SASTQB Certified Advanced Technical Test Analyst Level Exam We are pleased to inform you that you have completed the SASTQB Certified … Continue reading

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Breaking the silence

And I’m back. Today, I wrote the exam for the Advanced Technical Test Analyst Certification. I get my results in a few weeks. As I write this, dinner is on the go and I have a feeling of relief that … Continue reading

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Going silent for a short time

I’m going off line for a few weeks. Wednesday, Thursday and today I was on training for the ISTQB Technical Test Analyst Certificate. I write the exam on the 20th July, so for the next few weeks I’ll be studying … Continue reading

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Autistic Software Testing developing and jobs wins

It’s been good lately. On Wednesday, I attended the SIGiST (Special Interest Group in Software Testing) at The Campus in 57 Sloane Street, Bryanston. The topic was ISTQB Qualification and it was presented by Corne Krige and Mike Snyman. At … Continue reading

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