Wood scaffolding and test doubles. Saw dust and scenarios. A jig and acceptance tests. What do these have in common?
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Whether it’s carpentry or felling trees, Paul Merrill is constantly looking for what our experiences outside of tech can teach us about our profession. When he’s not planning test automation initiatives, he enjoys outdoor projects, many times with his Dad. What can his learnings from those projects teach you?
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