Alexandra Casapu

Alexandra-remakeAlexandra Casapu does software testing at Altom. The environment she works in has facilitated her learning on the importance of context in testing, the exploratory approach, and caring a great deal about improving her testing skills.

After finishing school in the educational system, she took full responsibility of her learning. Since then she enrolled in BBST courses, followed courses on Coursera, read challenging books, had coaching sessions on testing, presented at Eurostar in 2013, at CAST in 2014, as well as Copenhagen Context and Let’s Test in 2015, and TestBash in 2016.
In 2013 her presentation was voted for the do-over session at EuroSTAR. She was in the program committee for Eurostar 2014.

In the last two years she became an instructor for the commercial version of the BBST courses, enjoying the great experience of going in depth with valuable learning material and having more interactions with fellow testers.

Her current interest is at the interface of hands-on testing and practiced reflection on testing activities.

Examine your testing skillsplTestWarez 2016
“Socrates said that unexamined life is not worth living. Perhaps it’s time to inventory the imprints and anchors in our own life.” Dan Ariely Most of the times I do a testing activity, I face new intellectually challenging problems. Considering that there is no bullet-proof recipe for solving these problems, how can I improve in using…więcej
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