Month: April 2018

What can testers learn from geese?

Have you ever looked into the spring or autumn sky and seen geese or other birds flying together in a V-formation? Have you ever wondered why every flock of birds seem to instinctively use this shape? Me neither.

Before venturing into the testing world, I studied Computer Systems and Software Engineering at the University of York. If you don’t know the city of York, it is a beautiful city with very rich history. The university, however, surrounds the largest plastic-bottomed lake in Europe and is home to some of the most viscous geese known to mankind.
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