Alan Richardson



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Average rating: 3.72 · 195 ratings · 26 reviews · 47 distinct works
Dear Evil Tester

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Three Oriental Tales: Histo...

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Automating and Testing a RE...

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du Lac

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Me, Myself & Dion Fortune

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“The only principle I’m prepared to absolutely commit to, with absolute certainty, is that I can change my mind.”
Alan Richardson

“Parrot like an African Grey. Your job, when sitting the
exam, is not to display learning, your job is to regurgitate
whatever you were told or read in the syllabus. Regardless
of what you think about what you were told, your job is to
repeat it back.The “Dear Evil Tester” Letters
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For multiple choice: don’t think “what is the right answer?”,
instead think “what do they think is the right answer?”

Evil Tester answering "Do you have any tips on taking the {insert
nominated certification board name here}
certification exam?”
Alan Richardson

“that material presents ‘testing’
as: “start spending 100% of my time on the project, formally
writing a test strategy, approach, and plan, and writing
test cases and scripts which are cross referenced to the
requirements, even though the requirements are changing
and therefore much of the ‘testing’ would lead to waste and
rework”
Alan Richardson, Dear Evil Tester



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