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Something for the weekend, sir?

In what seems to now have been a storming comeback, the European chapter of Weekend Testing was a breath of fresh air in the learning opportunities for testers. 793 more words

Testing

About Credibility and Inherent Biases

The American sociologist Howard S. Becker introduced for the first time in the social sciences the notion of “hierarchy of credibility,” in his paper, Whose Side Are We On? 309 more words

Bite-size Ramblings

Can People Move beyond Biases?

Can people move beyond biases, the concept is viable but the reality is doubtful. As I see it there is no universal law which creates bias biases simply stems from the mind of human beings. 441 more words

I can't resist anymore...

I tried and I tried to keep him as far away from my Bias list as possible.

I felt like once I added him, he would take over and indeed it’s already started. 125 more words

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Walk a Mile in Another Man's Shoes, Empathy, Conscientiousness and All That Good Stuff

Walk a Mile in Another Man’s Shoes, Empathy, Conscientiousness and All That Good Stuff
M.D. Wright
7.3.2014

* - I must preface this particular entry by stating that there are no “absolutes” in my vocabulary, such as “all”, “never”, “always” and so forth. 3,263 more words

Michael D. Wright

Business Interest: the Research

HBR has written previously about the current low rate of interest in the UK’s economy.  Indeed the Bank of England’s current strategy is to keep it that way, at least until the money men work out what on earth they are doing.   528 more words

Bank Of England

So Ji Sub - 18 Years Feat. Saetbyul - Official MV

Can we talk about this???

I am SO blown away right now.

Many of you who read my posts know that  So Ji Sub Oppa (hee hee @ Oppa) is on my… 246 more words

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