A key driver in implementing enterprise knowledge management is to reduce time to information (77% are seeing faster access to knowledge). But that goes for LinkedIn and Twitter too. Using twitter professionally helps you meet the famous people and help you see the communication layers at conferences. Case story: Today I was reading about test processes in a regulated environment, and got curious towards exploratory testing in that context. So I reached out to the #twitterbrain and asked the giants, whose shoulders I am standing on*:
- Griffin Jones @Griff0Jones, help clients struggling with regulatory compliance and context-driven software testing problems.
- CAST 2011: Cast 2011 What Do Auditors Expect From Testers
- What is good evidence – Let’s Test 2013
- WREST – Workshop on REgulated Software Testing
- Johan Åtting @JohanAtting Chief Quality Officer -atSectra’s Medical Operation
- turned the testing from a traditional scripted approach into a context driven approach and introduced exploratory testing.
- ensuring that the company are regulatory compliant with e.g. FDA, MDD, CMDR, ISO13485, ISO14971 etc.
- James Christie @james_christie
- interested in testing’s relationship with audit and governance.
- dedicated to the audit, control, and security of information systems.
- Michael Bolton @michaelbolton Program Chair of EuroStar 2013 and key guru pointed me to an article by James Marcus Bach @jamesmarcusbach on the topic.
- Keith Klain @KeithKlain Head of Barclays Test Service retweeted on the fallacy on the evidence of scripted testing.
- Claire Moss @aclairefication (my favorite retweeter) and many others retweeted
Within 2 hours I had both relevant references, a debate on the pitfalls and base for further details. Follow the tread of this tweet: https://twitter.com/jlottosen/status/411473074312052736
*: really, not to brag – I have met both Griffin, Johan and James, and they know me too 🙂