Fine! I’ll go build my own lunar lander, with blackjack and hookers.

Phrase in the header is owned by Bender from Futurama animated sitcom. I guess it serves as a basis of many initiatives. However, often they end the same way as in the movie – by a phrase “In fact, forget the lunar lander and the blackjack. Ah, screw the whole thing.“. I will do my best to overcome it. You are welcome, dear readers, to join me in this campaign.

What am I going to do with this?

This is a site about testing, not limited to the testing of software products but looking widely onto the testing craft.

Who is going to read this?

Testers, developers, managers.. everyone except, I hope, the police. I mean the header of this post is nothing else but only a literary technique. Gambling business and prostitution are bad, mmkay?

What kinds of information will I be posting?

First of all, my thoughts about testing in the form of essay. Also there is a place for criticism, especially welcomed one that will go against my position through the comments. Moreover I’d like to overview and share the materials that I found interesting and helpful.

Why am I doing this?

Well.. there were times when I thought I know something about testing, then I was sure I know everything about it. Now I realize I know nothing, and this third stage, IMHO, is impossible without being a part of the professional community. It’s time to be open for discussions and disputes, to test myself.

Why am I doing this post?

To remind myself about the reasons for creating this site, the fundamental idea. To get free refill every time I would suppose I have no enough time, energy or motivation to create a new post.

Who am I doing this for?

Like any other self-respecting egoist – for myself, in the first place.. for own professional development, winning the reputation. I’d also be honestly happy if the information mentioned on this site will be useful to others.

How often am I going to be posting and adding information?

I will try to publish main posts once a month. As for the shorter notes and links to other materials – more often.

Let’s go.