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Adam Roman is a professor of computer science at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland. He authored many books and papers in the field of computer science and software testing. As a scientist, he claims it’s crucial to question everything and to support the opinions about testing with data and evidence. His last project is about finding ways to boost the tester’s creativity.
A fan of analytical, critical, logical and system thinking – a fan such great that recently he even wrote a book on it (‘Thinking-Driven Testing. The Most Reasonable Approach to Quality Control’).View session