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Simon M.



Member since:

April 8, 2013

Who recommended you to join?

Martin Jansson

Can you give a link to your blog?

How would you like to contribute to the Exploratory Testing community?

By listening, sharing and questioning. I usually take a divergent approach to discussions to find unexplored angles...

What is your level of experience in Exploratory Testing?

In the 90's I used to write test plans specifying a period of do ad-hoc testing - that's what it was called then, and before "agile quadrants" - but I'm still learning! (BTW, I don't think I answered the question!)


Tester, blogger, attended several SWET meets, reads a lot.

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