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Welcome to my blog. It revolves around my adventures in software testing, test leadership and my personal and professional growth in and around the context-driven school of testing.
My name is Erik Davis and am the Manager of Testing at Hyland, creator of OnBase. I have been in and around testing for over 15 years. I have been an individual contributor, team lead, manager and for over four years a senior manager (I got better). I have led testing groups ranging in size from 2 to 65.
In early 2012 I moved back to a manager role (for eight or nine testers) from the senior role (managing managers of a total of 65 people). That shift, along with attending my first CAST conference re-awakened a part of me that I had long thought dead. Managing managers is not my thing. I like testing. I’m passionate about testing, and I needed to be closer to the actual software than I had been.
In this space I hope to write about some of the ideas I’ve got floating around in my head, the struggles and lessons I’ve learned in my time in testing, and anything else I can think of that others may find relevant.