Weekly Testing News — Understanding Context-Driven Agile Testing
The folks over at QASymphony just released qTest 8.1. This release comes with the ability to bridge the gap between manual and automated test scripts. Learn how to streamline the conversion of manual tests into automated scripts. Check it out the details.
Last week we launched tickets for TestBash Brighton. Go check out the pre-training, workshop and conference day lineup! It’s going to be big and great! View line up and register…
[A Gems Webinar] Being an Agile Tester can be really challenging. I would like to share with you experience from two types of company cultures — outsourcing and startup worlds to help you understand context-driven agile: you introduce testing in different ways in different agile organizations. Register now…
We’ve been working with Beren on a testing cards idea. We released a real physical beta version of the Test Sphere at TestBash Manchester. Here you can get an idea of what the Test Sphere idea, and we would love to hear your thoughts on it! (It will be available to purchase soon).
BJSS are looking for Technical Testers in Bristol, Nottingham and London. Could this job be for you?
Also in the community this week…!
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- How to kill UI regression testing: git source control | zagorski software tester
- 30 Days of Mobile Testing challenge — Day 6 to 10 — simonsaysnomore
- I kinda didn’t go to TestBash… — Danny Dainton
- Tester’s First TestBash | Cassandra HL
- Initial Bug Report — Danny Dainton / WhiteBoard Testing
- Away from being a gatekeeper — Maaret Pyhäjärvi
- Q: when do we prefer manual testing over automated testing? A: Hmmm…. — Evil Tester
- Test Bash Manchester 2016 — Rosie Hamilton
- What I learned from giving my first ever workshop — Nicola Owen
- Testing Is Boring: Destroying The Myth One Step At A Time- Hannah Pretswell
- Reinventing Performance Testing: New Technologies — Alex Podelko
- Sketchnoting Fieldstones | Mindful tester
- Risk-based release testing — Katrina Clokie