Most of us started QA career in the same way: with a set of “magic” techniques and rules, considering the quality assurance as a bug hunting. And even with the evolution of software development methodologies, often this concept remains major in the understanding of our profession.
My talk is more an appeal to stop and think about what we are actually doing. What is the quality and what is excellent quality? And how often does it really need for our users?
In addition, I will bring some techniques and tools that will help to take your approach to quality assurance to a new level and to do it consciously.