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As we mature we see more opposites. Find more bugs or prevent by being sensitive? Automate more or use human smartness to do less? Continuous frequent checks or smart minimal tests? Things that seem contrary, creating a tension of choice. It is really not a tussle, it is a perfect state of balance. 
 
Intelligent testing is a brilliant set of opposites. In this article ” Yin & Yang in Testing“, I relate intelligent testing to Yin & Yang, where the tension of opposites keeps one in a perfect state of balance enabling one to deliver the very best. Click here to read the beautiful pictorial article.
 
“Technology changes due to going digital cannot be done abruptly, they have to be aligned to business program objectives and QA needs to be aware of these objectives” says Sriramadesikan Santhanam in this week’s smartbits video ‘Enterprise Customers & Quality‘. Click here to watch the video.
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Yin & Yang in Testing

Intelligent testing is a brilliant set of opposites. Is it finding more bugs or enabling brilliant code from start? Is it about frequent and continuous evaluation or being sensitive and pre-empting issues? Is it an act of doing or a state of mind? In this article I relate intelligent testing to Yin & Yang, where the tension of opposites keeps one in the perfect state of balance enabling one to deliver the very best.

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Sketchnote

Sketchnotes are purposeful doodling while listening to something interesting. Sketchnotes don’t require high drawing skills, but do require a skill to visually synthesize and summarize via shapes, connectors, and text. Sketchnotes are as much a method of note taking as they are a form of creative expression.

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