About the testkeis blog

This blog is an outlet for me to post some of the stuff I pick up along the way, or to react to stuff I encounter at work / in life. It’s usually on software testing, but I tend to delve into other topics like learning, change, etc.

One of the reasons I took to blogging is that writing about the stuff I read about helps me to assimilate the ideas more easily. It’s like when you have to do a review or a report for school. You have to be more attentive to the details, and you try harder to get the point of the material being reviewed. Writing helps make learning a more active experience for me.

The second reason was to share information to other testers (or to whoever stumbles upon my blog). Some of the writings in this blog were re-posted in an unofficial blog at where I used to work. We didn’t have direct internet access, and I felt that we would be missing out on a lot of testing stuff if we only looked at the references within the local network. I thought that I could bring some of the info to them, and perhaps there would be topics in which they’d be interested enough to do further research themselves.

About me

I’m KC, a software tester from the Philippines. I adore my golden retriever, Summer, and my adopted senior shelter dog, Moby. I love cheesy food, steaks, salt and pepper crab, Chinese food and salmon sashimi. And I harbor some affinity towards geeks.

6 thoughts on “About

  1. I chanced upon your blog while I was checking out the Testers Maps at SoftwareTestingClub.com. I don’t really know how to get started but I’m thinking of forming some type of sub-group for the Philippines.

    Again, I have no clue what to do next… but just reaching out to fellow testers in the Philippines to see if I can spark any interest.

  2. Hi, Coach Rye! Sorry for the late reply, I haven’t been blogging here lately. What ideas do you have for the group? I can’t say I can commit yet but I am curious. You can send me a message more privately via softwaretestingclub.com (my username there is rocketkeis).

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