Tuesday, March 15, 2011

TWiST #36 - with Sean McMillan

 So for the record, producing a podcast and studying for a Bug Advocacy final makes for some truly long days. I'll post something about the process of studying for Bug Advocacy in a bit, but I gotta' say, it's times like this that I discover just how much I enjoy producing the podcast, such as when I have to actually say "OK, it's time to stop editing audio and actually study… or maybe that just says I'd rather edit audio than study, I don't know… wait, yes I do :).

So anyway, this weeks TWiST was with Sean McMillan, a guy that Matt has worked with directly a couple of times. Sean McMillan is the co-inventor of Bacon Driven Coding and author of the Blog called, ironically enough - "Bacon Driven Coding." Sean also tweets at @McMillanSean.
In this episode, Sean and Matt talk about his background, his life with and without the safety net of good testers, and the adoption of model-driven testing in organizations.  But enough from me, how about having a listen to Episode #36 for yourself :).

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