Tweet Bits from #LetsTest 2015

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Let’s Test 2015 just finished up this week.

It was held in Reno, Sweden from May 25-27th.

The Program

Keynotes

The Workshops And Sessions

I took several minutes this Saturday afternoon and sifted through the #letstest Twitter feed.

You can find all the Tweets by going to the full feed and I recommend that you take a few minutes to do so.  It looked like a great event!

Thank you to those would took the time to live Tweet at the event.

Below are the Tweets that caught my attention:

Lim Sim ‏@lsim001
Can’t believe i met so many awesome people at #LetsTest thanks to @LetsTest_Conf for organising and @FriendlyTester for getting to come.

IlariHenrik Aegerter ‏@ilarihenrik
Thanks @LetsTest_Conf it’s been a blast. See you next year #letstest

Ben Simo ‏@QualityFrog
“If you see something weird, take a bigger longer look. … a small glitch could be a big bug.” – Tuomo Untinen
#LetsTest #Heartbleed

Chris Glaettli ‏@ChrisGlaettli
“Negative testing is necessary” by T. Untinen #LetsTest

Martin Nilsson ‏@MartinNilsson8
Last keynote at this year’s #letstest “Detecting the Heartbleed vulnerability” by Tuomo Untinen

Lim Sim ‏@lsim001
Learning we all have lots of skills with @coveredincloth by examining our testing skills #LetsTest

Leo Hepis ‏@leohepis
When feedback is not shared directly between individuals, the sender also misses feedback re the delivery/reception @tofo #LetsTest 2/2

Leo Hepis ‏@leohepis
Anonymously pushing feedback in organizations often hides much of the context and renders the feedback meaningless #tofo #LetsTest 1/2

Chris Glaettli ‏@ChrisGlaettli
“Reflection is not necessarily done alone…” by @ru_altom #LetsTest

Richard Bradshaw ‏@FriendlyTester
“The purpose of a system is what it does” ~ Stafford Beer. Referenced by Baldvin Gislason Bern #LetsTest

John Stevenson ‏@steveo1967
Only 6 countries voted for ISO29119 in 2010 #letstest considering there are more than 160 ISO countries in the world. http://bit.ly/1ci6xQy

John Stevenson @steveo1967
@Arborosa showing the VAST amount of documentation needed to comply with ISO29119 #letstest Why did you not do that test? I was documenting.

Ben Simo ‏@QualityFrog
Test Report:
Ambition
Hypothesis
Approach
Results (Intake)
Analysis (Meaning)
Conclusions (Significance)
Suggestions (Response)

John Stevenson ‏@steveo1967
“If you do not want to listen to us we do not want to listen to you”  Japan on withdrawing from ISO29119 #letstest @Arborosa

Nicola Owen ‏@NicolaO55
“It doesn’t matter how fast you’re going if you’re going in the wrong direction.” #LetsTest

Joanne perold ‏@joPerold    Österåker, Sverige
What’s awesome about #letstest is not only the awesome sessions by the conversations between too

Chris Glaettli ‏@ChrisGlaettli
“We should start to learn of our mistakes” by @michaelbolton #LetsTest  “Airlines do!”

Siim Sutrop ‏@SiimSutrop
“We [as testers] have an ethical responsibility to do right not only by our clients, but right by our profession.” – @Morendil #LetsTest

Siim Sutrop ‏@SiimSutrop
“It’s our job as testers not to be fooled. Or are we fooling ourselves about that?” – @michaelbolton #LetsTest

John Stevenson ‏@steveo1967
For today only those at #letstest   ‘the psychology of software #testing”  ebook $5.99 instead of $10.99 http://bit.ly/1erSFor

Adam Howard ‏@adammhoward
“It’s ambitious to say we can be more correct, but I do like to think we can be less wrong.” – @michaelbolton at #LetsTest

Chris Glaettli ‏@ChrisGlaettli
“being more correct means also being less wrong” quoted by MB #letstest

Patrick Prill ‏@TestPappy
.@michaelbolton explains System 1 and 2 from Daniel Kahneman’s “Thinking fast and slow”. #letstest

Chris Glaettli ‏@ChrisGlaettli    Österåker, Sverige
“..critical thinking is about reflection” presented by @michaelbolton #letstest

John Stevenson ‏@steveo1967
@adammhoward “Five items needed to empower you as a tester – bravery, knowledge, language, community, awareness” #LetsTest

John Stevenson ‏@steveo1967
@adammhoward “It is important to draw upon the #testing community and to use it to help you on your testing journey” #LetsTest

John Stevenson ‏@steveo1967
@adammhoward mentions @jamesmarcusbach  and @michaelbolton as people who are pushing the importance of language in #testing #letstest

John Stevenson ‏@steveo1967
@adammhoward describes how his good #testing reinforced thinking that the process was working, he was not following the process #LetsTest

John Stevenson ‏@steveo1967
@adammhoward “using exploratory #testing allowed more testing and faster feedback” #LetsTest

Richard Bradshaw ‏@FriendlyTester
Don’t be afraid to create throw away tools, paraphrased from @testingqa at #LetsTest

John Stevenson ‏@steveo1967
@adammhoward explains that he thought his views of #testing were unique then he discovered context driven #LetsTest

Griffin Jones ‏@Griff0Jones
Dear #ISO . Ignore your #stop29119 problem at your peril. RT @HelenaJ_M @eBay @ebay to officially refrain from adopting ISO29119 #Letstest

Dan Billing ‏@TheTestDoctor    Österåker, Sverige
“We should listen with the same passion with which we wish to be heard” Harriet Lerner on relationships quoted by @steveo1967 #letstest

Leo Hepis ‏@leohepis
If you present an observation instead of an evaluation, you are inviting information rather than confirmation @vds4 @lperold #letstest

Siim Sutrop ‏@SiimSutrop
Improvement is first about observing the system. – @vds4 #LetsTest

Sofia Brusberg ‏@SofiaBrusberg
Which problem should the model of the system solve? What is the purpose of the model? #letstest

Chris Glaettli ‏@ChrisGlaettli    Österåker, Sverige
We do “Testing to search [bugs]” we often don’t “Testing to learn” and miss therefore some important bugs. @michaelbolton #LetsTest

Siim Sutrop ‏@SiimSutrop
“People working together are the most important part of the context.” – @joPerold  #LetsTest

Lim Sim ‏@lsim001
Test to learn about the product and you will find bugs #letstest

Michael Bolton ‏@michaelbolton
I comment on testing to learn vs. testing for bugs, and Rikard Edgren promptly, expertly goes just where I’d suggest (SFDIPOT). #letstest

Leo Hepis ‏@leohepis
An observation uses the five senses, and leaves evaluation/meaning out @joPerold @vds4 #letstest

Leo Hepis ‏@leohepis
Without high levels of trust in a team, an evaluation of an observation may be disruptive/destructive @joPerold @vds4 #letstest

Ioana Serban ‏@ioanasaysgo
Trying to reuse automation is hard! #LetsTest @snasrallah @j19sch @benjaminkelly @ru_altom @PaulHolland_TWN

Huib Schoots ‏@huibschoots
Resource recommendations list – http://bit.ly/1IZ65DE  #letstest @LetsTest_Conf

John Stevenson ‏@steveo1967
A recommendation for testers to read Explore it by @testobsessed at #letstest http://bit.ly/1BroFxG

Hannes Lindblom ‏@HannesLindblom
Automation is tricky #LetsTest

John Stevenson ‏@steveo1967
I have created a shared google doc for people to add any reading recommendations they come across at #letstest http://bit.ly/1IZ65DE

Chris Glaettli ‏@ChrisGlaettli
the testers task is to provide information – but if this information is disregarded, did we fulfill our job? #question #letstest

Michael Bolton ‏@michaelbolton
The testing story told by @QualityFrog (“There Was Not a Breach; There Was A Blog”) is no less stunning the 2nd time. Exemplary. #LetsTest

Dan Billing ‏@TheTestDoctor    Österåker, Sverige
@QualityFrog go out, test, share what you find, be ethical, be an advocate for your bugs #letstest

Chris Glaettli ‏@ChrisGlaettli
“My challange to you – you can do the same – go out an test – look what you can find” by @QualityFrog #letstest

Chris Glaettli ‏@ChrisGlaettli
“I’ve treid to do a positive change – avoid the politics!” by @QualityFrog #letstest

Tobias Fors ‏@tofo
One official comment on security issues discovered by @QualityFrog was: “it was a theoretical problem that was immediately fixed”. #letstest

John Stevenson ‏@steveo1967
@QualityFrog is a skilled hacker according to USA government, #letstest

Tobias Fors ‏@tofo
. @QualityFrog on (in)security questions: “Securing private info using publically available info just doesn’t make sense” #LetsTest

Huib Schoots ‏@huibschoots
You don’t need requirements to test a website @QualityFrog #LetsTest

Huib Schoots ‏@huibschoots
Great examples of heuristics used by @QualityFrog “FEWHICCUPPS”, OWASP, usability heuristics (J.Nielsen) and FAILURE #LetsTest

John Stevenson ‏@steveo1967
Sniff test for security questions – Could my ex answer these questions.  #letstest @QualityFrog

John Stevenson ‏@steveo1967
@QualityFrog mentions using OWASP top ten security lists as a heurisitc http://bit.ly/1FP6rO9  #letstest

Chris Glaettli ‏@ChrisGlaettli
#FAILURE #heuristic applied to http://healthcate.gov  by @QualityFrog #letstest

John Stevenson ‏@steveo1967
@QualityFrog used the FEW HICCUPPS consistency heuristics when testing the healthcare website #letstest http://bit.ly/RcgQqO

John Stevenson ‏@steveo1967
@QualityFrog recommends that testers use screenshots to document what they did #letstest

John Stevenson ‏@steveo1967
@QualityFrog describing some of his experiences with healthcare website, blank pages, mobile version faulty, in maintenance #letstest

John Stevenson ‏@steveo1967
wow #ebay publicly announcing they are not supporting ISO29119 at #letstest http://bit.ly/1FP1o03

Martin Nilsson ‏@MartinNilsson8
People are gathering for the first keynote at #letstest by @QualityFrog “there was not a breach, there was a blog”

John Stevenson ‏@steveo1967
The day has arrived let the music begin – #letstest day 1 is here!

Dan Billing ‏@TheTestDoctor    Österåker, Sverige
First up, the opening keynote @LetsTest_Conf with @QualityFrog #letstest

Joep Schuurkes ‏@j19sch
For the 2nd time in a row @DuncNisbet wins a game of Flux, blissfully unaware until someone points it out. #LetsTest http://p.twipple.jp/0OD0b

Erik Brickarp ‏@Brickuz
To all the #letstest participants: It’s up to you, make the conference awesome! Be brave, be curious and do confer!

Anand ‏@Vanandf1
#LetsTest Best wishes for all those who are headed to conference. Happy exchanging Test Ideas.

Jokin Aspiazu ‏@JokinAspiazu    Silla, Comunidad Valenciana
Aaah, this is THAT week of the year, where my body is somewhere and my mind is where #letstest is happening, please share!  We’re following!

Patrick Prill ‏@TestPappy
Big thanks to my wife who let me go to #LetsTest on our eighth wedding anniversary. Thank you!

Hannes Lindblom ‏@HannesLindblom
To all of you already at #LetsTest:  any kind of learning before the conference officially starts on Monday morning is considered cheating

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