Category: Timeline

Too much automation you say Elon Musk?

The Tweet going around atm that I believe many testers are loving. Yes, excessive automation at Tesla was a mistake. To be precise, my mistake. Humans are underrated. — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) April 13, 2018 In the past month, Tesla has issued a voluntary recall of 123,000 of its older Model S vehicles, dealt with

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TestBash Feedback

Probably the most meaningful Tweet for me from TestBash Netherlands, especially as I was watching from afar.  This community has been growing strong! Once all complex problems are solved I want to become a tester, purely because of the #TestBash community. Thanks for the opportunity to speak at the most warmhearted, fun and well organized

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Chilling Piper!

Piper (now 5 months) has been chilling and moving about on her back for almost 2 hours! She continues to surprise us at how chilled out she is. For me this, this feels kinda amazing.  It is me slowly getting back some (partially) focused time to do stuff.  This chilled behaviour and spring time weather

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Blessing of a chilled out baby

I always think I’ll be able to remember how it was.  But as I’m increasingly becoming aware, our memory fails us. Right now I’m feeling blessed with the fact that Piper is so chilled out.  It’s almost midnight and she is still up, but she slept most of the day until 4pm-ish.  She was up

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Highrise goes back to 37Signals

It will be interesting, especially as a Highrise customer, to see what comes of Highrise going back under the banner of Basecamp.  Whilst I haven’t dug up their announcement from ‘selling’ Highrise, this announcement definitely feels different.  I don’t hold judgement in anyway, more an observation that we are all experimenting in the world of

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Family Friendly Library

I hope to see more of this type of places popping up, in all areas of life.  Family friendly spaces are just not common enough! On March 15, University of Toronto Libraries, in collaboration with the Family Care Office, opened a family study space at Robarts Library, the first of its kind in Canada. Designed

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