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Watch this webinar to learn basic concepts, pros, and cons of instrumented test tools such as Espresso and XCUITest. Watch it here!
Gain a clear definition of what Requirements and Specifications and how they are used in the testing world. We have examples of each, their pitfalls as well as the benefits. Watch the video.
Our first Ask Me Anything is coming up later this week — Thursday 7th September 8pm UK time. The topic up for discussion is Automation. We have Richard Bradshaw, answering your questions. You can submit them ahead of time, or upvote any questions that resonate with you, you also have the option of asking questions on the night. Register now.
How have you been progressing with your 30 Day Challenge? When last did you read over the Agile Manifesto? How have you applied it to your current testing role? Have you adapted it to fit in with your team’s way of working? What changes have you made? Share your thoughts.
Sometimes called Test Chapter Lead, sometimes Test Practice lead, but always someone with the passion for testing and drive to make teams better at it. Learn how you transition to a coaching model in your test team, sharing how it can present great opportunities to improve and excel at the software testing craft. We’re delighted to say we’ve extended our Early Bird Tickets for TestBash Philly. Learn more about this talk and others at TestBash Philly.
Are you the only tester in your department or company? If so, this is the series for you! In this 4-part series, you will find out how to manage and develop testing practices as a department’s or company’s only tester. Available Now On The Dojo.
Lots of people seem to focus on whether agile has failed. Or whether it’s dead. Or whether it’s a methodology. Or a process. Jeff explains how Agile is more of a mindset and the statements he references when thinking about Agile testing. Read Jeff’s blog.
An interesting post from Liz on how you can use your board to reflect what is actually happening with your testing and across development. This may mean changing some process or making process policies ore explicit. It could also mean adding all work to one place and start finishing up more of these tasks. Read the blog post.
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- 30 Days of Agile Testing — What is Agile Testing? — offbeattesting
- Would You Just Listen for a Change? — A Seasoned Tester’s Crystal Ball
- Ready, Tester One? *GO!* — Testing & Movies & Stuff
- Automating and Testing a REST API Paperback Edition — Evil Tester
- AACID, a Test Mnemonic | Testing & Life
- Interview of a tester #3 — Stéphanie Desby — Lyon Testing
- Less Test Managers, More Test Coaches — Complexity is a Matter of Perspective
- Podcasts for software testers — Toine
- Why there is no way around test automation (except one) — Jeremias Rößler
- Nordic Testing Days 2018 Call for Papers is open! — Nordic Testing Days
- Why does my code throw a null pointer exception? — common reason #1 Redeclaration — Java For Testers
- A Canadian University Gave $11 Million to a Scammer — Motherboard How to get started with Wordpress Security? — Santhosh Tuppad
- Ethical hacking with WebGoat — Michał Dymek
- GitHub — SergeyPirogov/video-recorder-java: This library allows easily record video of your UI tests by just putting couple annotations.