About the Book
This book is not a book to teach you how to do software testing nor will it make you into a 'expert' on psychology. It takes two of my passions, psychology and software testing, and brings them together. It will use examples that you can take away and use in your daily life, not just your testing profession.
This book is not just for testers it is for anyone involved in software development such as managers, programmers, customer ops and users.
About the Author
“The opinions expressed in any book are my own views and not those of any company I have or do work for"
Having been involved in testing for over 20 years and within the IT industry for more than 24 years it still surprises me how exciting it is and how much more there is still to learn.
As part of my self learning I keep involved within the testing community and write a testing blog (www.steveo1967.blogspot.com) and can be found regularly tweeting (@steveo1967) about software testing.
I am keen to see what can be of benefit to software testing from outside the traditional channels and explore different domains such as anthropology, social science, psychology, ethnographic research, design thinking, cognitive science and examine possibilities of links to software testing.