Podcast Episode 107 – Square Peg, Round Hole

Welcome to another episode of the Testing Peers. Chris, David and Russell are joined by Bruce for this one to discuss the topic of “Square Peg, Round Hole” and how we sometimes may not always feel like we or some tools fit and how we can address those challenges.

Bruce starts with the banter and asks everyone what gets them up in the morning, everything from running, coffee and children are mentioned as things that get us started every day.

Chris starts off the topic by asking about using the wrong tools for the job, the peers dive into looking at overengineering or under-engineering, automation tools, traceability matrices and also how our systems can sometimes be used in a way that wasn’t intended.

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