Galumphing is a way to explore a phase space with unknown degrees of freedom by exploiting Ashby’s Law of Requisite Variety. I just love saying that sentence. It sounds all technical and complicated. But the idea itself is beautifully simple. I promise you, by the end of my talk, you will know exactly what each word of it means and why it’s important. For you pragmatists, here’s the bottom-line: galumphingis a style of test execution with which we find unanticipated bugs. Unless all your bugs are anticipated ones, you need to galumph.