As a public service to the people who have taken the ISTQB Foundation level exam, I wish to add my name to those appealing to their board of directors for answers to the following questions: 1) Have there ever been issues with the ISTQB Foundation exam reliability coefficient reviewed by your exam consultants Kryterion? 2) Have the reliability co-efficients consistently shown, since the inception of the ISTQB's certification program, that results on the certification exams accurately measure the testers' knowledge of the syllabi? 3) Have there ever been any other issues with the validity of the exams? 4) How often do those external reviews take place? 5) Are the results of Kryterion's (or a third party's) independent evaluations publicly available?
Certification certainly doesnt help with mugging up the concepts
The exam was a "Waterfall of confusion" and it's killing the Agile tester creativity in every tester. The "Do it and forgot it" way can't be a constructive goal in a tester carrier. ISTQB is the one ANTI-AGILE testing method that you can find.
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