An Escape from Quality

In the next couple of weeks, I’ll be making a career shift that will, for all intents and purposes, probably mean I’m done babbling about software quality for the near future.

I’ve been with my current employer for just shy of eleven years, having spent the first couple of years in application development, and the last nine as a software tester. While it’s been interesting, it’s time for a change for a variety of reasons.

I’ve accepted a newly-created position as a Sr. Business Systems Analyst working with our internal business intelligence development team. Instead of helping folks make better software, I’ll be helping folks make intelligent decisions based on information from software.

I’ll leave this site online indefinitely. I will probably rename my current @KwalityRules Twitter account, so if you’re following me there, you can follow along with my new adventures.

Quality (Despair, Inc.)


CAST 2017: Alexandre Bauduin – Safety of a Boeing 777 is a Result of a Big Gaming Rig

Sketchnotes from CAST 2017 session by Alexandre Bauduin – Your Safety as a Boeing 777 Passenger is a Result of a Big Gaming Rig. You’re welcome to share, please credit Aaron Hockley with a link back to – thanks!

CAST 2017: Alexandre Bauduin

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