I’m a tester, living in Nottingham, originally from Bristol (and sound like it too).
I believe in
- context driven testing
- in creating test artefacts that have value (to the team or to the business)
- that two testers can approach a testing problem with different methods and achieve equally good results
- not constraining learning to specific outcomes
- learning, always, for fun or for profit.
I put things on GitHub in case people find them useful, but mostly because it’s the safest place not to lose them. My blog is the same - I write to clarify my thinking, and as a surrogate memory. If other people get some value from it, that’s awesome.