Black Box Puzzles is one of few websites that actually can help you become better tester.
I grabbed a list of blogs aggregated on Association for Software Testing website, so you don’t have to.
Head on to Michael Bolton blog to read about fundamentals of Rapid Software Testing.
Testerzy.pl, one of the biggest websites for testers in Poland, published short article about problems with system behind SAF-T. It’s in Polish, but Google Translate does not-terrible job at translating it to English. The bottom line is: application does not allow to input numbers with more than two significant digits. Testerzy.pl claim that system was “not tested enough”.
Luke Oakden-Rayner, PhD candidate in field of radiology, explains why certain X-ray images database is not really fit to task of training medical systems to do diagnostics. His observations stem from questions that apply to pretty much any dataset used to train machines.
Yesterday, I tried to register for TestingCup competition and conference. Number of issues I have encountered is well outside of my comfort zone.
Last week I have written about automated translation system gone awry in the midst of Polish international relations crisis. Today I have discovered extremely good article explaining important parts of artificial intelligence in layman’s terms.