James Christie - software testing consultant
My main areas of interest are the governance issues surrounding testing and also how to incorporate usability engineering techniques into software testing.
I have written ten articles for various testing magazines over the last few years. See Published articles for details of these articles.
Amongst other topics these articles discuss testing models, offshoring, testing for vulnerability to fraud, standards and usability.
I am very excited to have the chance to give a half day tutorial at EuroSTAR 2013 in Gothenburg in November. My tutorial is titled "Questioning Auditors questioning testing, or how to win friends and influence auditors". It is important that testers understand auditors' needs and can work constructively with them. Armed with this knowledge they are better placed to choose the testing approach that is right for their project.
See James Christie for further information about my career, skills and experience, and also for some background personal information.
See Services for an outline of the consultancy services that I can provide.
I have a blog on a separate site, clarotesting.wordpress.com.