I have been really really really busy of late, among other reasons I’ve been driving two major projects (Programs truthfully) at the same time so, alas, I’ve been ignoring my duties here. As impetus for me to complete them I wanted to let you know about three (3) upcoming posts. In no particular order:
V1.1 – Revised: 08/12/2014
I just updated NotesOn: Project Management – IT Testing 101 … for the third time, as there were, continued to be, a number of un-clarities and out-right errors in both the text and several of the diagrams. To be generous we could call them “mental typos”.
For instance, on one [...]
The company I work at is very big on appreciations, as am I, which is to say thanking someone for a job well done. So. I would like to thank Damian Kilday for his taking the time to review a slightly earlier version of the Testing Diagram and Table. His thoughts and suggestions are [...]
This latest post — NotesOn: Project Management – IT Testing 101 — has, in a sense, been in the works for years. Over the decades I and my teams have done testing both the right way … and the not so right way … until we finally figured out there is a Right Way [...]
… just wanted to let you know I’m alive and well. Took on a new IT role a while ago with several very steep learning curves. Plus the usual winter, and sort of spring, “stuff”, along with dental work and other “fun filled” factors.
More to the point, I have a couple of new [...]
I am pleased to announce that despite the weather dropping into the low teens and twenties (brrrrrr) I was able to defrost my keyboard long enough to provide one new NotesOn and one update:
New: NotesOn: IT Fundamentals — Do Not Automate Confusion
Update: NotesOn: Cumulative Recovery Time Objective
Good news! The “NotesOn: Risk Management – Disaster Impact Analysis Form” post has just been released. When you have a quiet moment please read it and, if there are any questions, send me an email (or add a comment if you are a registered subscriber). I look forward to them. Plus:
To de-clutter the [...]
… because … assuming there are no power outages or meteor strikes or other such unlikely events that would interfere … the brand new “NotesOn: Risk Management – Disaster Impact Analysis Form” post will be released … tomorrow! The graphics are done. The text has been proofed. And its ready to rock and roll!!!