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6 כובעי חשיבה בבדיקות (חלק שלישי - "צהוב אופטימי" ו"ירוק יצירתי") גיל בלום (גיליון #5)

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6 כובעי חשיבה בבדיקות (חלק שלישי - "צהוב אופטימי" ו"ירוק יצירתי") גיל בלום (גיליון #5)

במאמר זה נבדוק את שני הכובעים האחרונים בסדרה ("צהוב אופטימי" ו"ירוק יצירתי"), ונראה כיצד ניתן להשתמש בהם ליישום רעיונות חדשים בפרויקטים של בדיקות תוכנה.
אם בדיקות תוכנה תחת ה"כובע השחור" מסתמכות על פסימיות ואיתור בעיות, ה"כובע הצהוב" מאפשר לך למצוא את ההרמוניה במסגרת הפרויקט, וחשיבה קוגניטיבית יצירתית ("ירוקה") מתמקדת בצמיחה ופריון...

מאמר זה הופיע בגיליון #5 של מגזין עולם הבדיקות - לצפייה בפורמט המלא כולל קישורים וכד' ובשאר מאמרי גיליון זה:
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