Testing, as we’ve pointed out (many times), is not test cases; testing is a performance. Testing, as we’ve pointed out, is the process of learning about a product through exploration and experimentation, which includes to some degree questioning, studying, modeling, observation, inference, etc. You don’t need test cases for that.
Breaking the Test Case Addiction (Part 1)
Recently, during a coaching session, a tester was wrestling with something that was a mystery to her. She asked: Why do some tech leaders (for example, CTOs, development managers, test managers, an…