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Learning Java operators

After completing my previous lecture on Java collections, I had time left to also watch the lecture on Java operators. I have been at this ‘learning’ Java thing for a little while now. Operators do not intimidate me (anymore). < > != == && || and some more, are things...
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Learning Java collections

  Currently working through some lectures on collections in Java. Definitely not the easiest subject in my opinion and apparently also an important subject for programming in general. The interfaces for collections that are discussed are: (in brackets the possible implementations that are discussed in the course) List (f.e. ArrayList...
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Tell me your (user) story

As a software tester you need enough information to be able to design your tests and to verify whether the outcome is correct. One of the sources to use for this are, of course, user stories. There are many rules, best practices and principles on how a user story should...
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Podcasts for software testers

If you spend a fair amount of your time on the road, traveling to and from work, you can make great use of that time by listening to podcasts. I do not always feel like listening to the radio or Spotify. At these times a podcast is a great alternative....
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Certified Agile Tester

In November and December 2016 I followed a training to prepare myself for the Certified Agile Tester (CAT) exam from iSQI. My motivation to take the training and taking the exam is to improve my testing work in agile teams so I can add more value. What sets this training...
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Hello world!

Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start writing! Congratulations, you just witnessed a miracle. I actually wrote and published a post on here! After years of thinking about starting a blog it is finally here. Topics I intend to write about on here...