Six Thinking Hats for Software Testers

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Based on the work of Edward de Bono, the six thinking hats for software testers have helped Julian Harty and numerous others work more effectively as testers and managers. Watch and learn how to apply the six testing hats and other "thinking skills" on your test projects.

Our testing is only as good as our thinking—and all too often we are hampered by limiting ideas, poor communication, and pre-set roles and responsibilities. Based on the work of Edward de Bono, the six thinking hats for software testers have helped Julian Harty and numerous others work more effectively as testers and managers. Watch and learn how to apply the six testing hats and other "thinking skills" on your test projects.

About the author

Julian Harty's picture Julian Harty

A senior test engineer at Google, Julian Harty finds ways to test lots of fun products, including the mobile wireless software used by millions of users worldwide. He's been involved in software and online systems for more than twenty years and enjoys working with others to find ways to solve testing challenges productively. A presenter at both STAREAST and STARWEST, Julian has been involved in international conferences and workshops on software testing.

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