Zeger Van Hese (born and raised in Belgium) has a background in Commercial Engineering and Cultural Science. He started his professional career in the movie distribution industry but switched to IT in 1999. A year later he got bitten by the software testing bug (pun intended) and has never been cured since. Over the years, he developed a passion for exploratory testing, testing in agile projects and, above all, continuous learning from different perspectives. He was the 2012 Eurostar program chair and recently founded his own company, Z-sharp, dedicated to helping clients on the path to smarter testing. He is co-founder of the Dutch Exploratory Workshop on Testing (DEWT), founding member of the ISST, muses about testing on his TestSideStory blog and is a regular speaker at conferences worldwide. Contact Zeger at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- W11 Let’s Get Visual – Discover the Power of Visualization -
Empirical evidence suggests that humans have an innate capacity to think visually. Once we grow up, however, we lose much of that, and our thoughts and communication become text-centric. Ruud and Zeger would like to bring back that long lost ... Read More
- The Power of Doubt – Becoming a Software Skeptic - Zeger Van Hese, Z-sharp
"I don’t know.” These might just be the hardest words to say in any language. We avoid saying them, scared of coming across as doubtful and uncertain. This fear is understandable; we admire those who are knowledgeable and oozing with confidence - even more so in a professional context... Read More