Epistemology is about the way we know things. Ontology is about what things are. Ontogeny is about the history of changes that preserve the integrity of something.
I reduce the epistemological opaqueness and ontological confusion due to cognitive biases we have when we perform ontogenetic change across the boundaries where humans and technology intersect.
We often say testers have to “think like an architect” or “think like a builder” or, perhaps even, “think like a developer.” Here’s the problem: to...
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