Weekly Community News
TestBash Philadelphia is fast approaching and we’re down to our last remaining tickets. Join us for 2 days — Thursday 10th November — Friday 11th November 2016 — for an opportunity to meet other testers and contribute to the future of software testing.Book now.
To better be able to work in teams, as testers we need to understand what it is we do and also be in a confident position to explain what we do to others. You will most likely come up with your own versions for your own situation. Here are some concepts to get you started. Read more…
We catch up with Abby and James to chat about the the totally cool surprise they have planned to take to the stage at TestBash Philadelphia. Leveraging their first-hand experiences collaborating as developer and tester, they will guide you on a journey to an exciting land of enlightenment. Cue the house lights, drop the curtain and listen up!
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Also in the community this week…!
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- Changing the Scene | Mindful Tester
- Katrina the Tester: Observation in Testing
- 5 Easy steps for Testers to Influence Developers | Augusto Evangelisti
- Providing value beyond bugs — Matthew Brettan
- Sharing is a Way of Learning — Maaret Pyhäjärvi
- Day 7/30 of the Mobile Testing Challenge — the testophiliac
- Just Ask for Help | Maaike Brinkhof
- Manage your biases as a tester — Part 1/4 | | Lyon Testing
- Day 5/30 of the Mobile Testing Challenge — the testophiliac
- On Drama — Neil Studd
- More “Strong Style Pairing” Experiences — Lisa Crispin
- Routes into testing — Steve Watson