Oracles from the Inside Out, Part 7: References as Checks

Over the last few blog posts, I’ve been focusing on oracles—means by which we could recognize a problem when we encounter it during testing. So far, I’ve talked about feelings and private mental models within internal, tacit experiences; consistency heuristics by which we can make inferences that help us to articulate why we think and feel that something is a problem; brief exchanges—tiny bursts of conferences—between people with collective tacit … Read more