Ministry of Testing’s Weekly Software Testing Newsletter

Sometimes apprehension and a bunch of “what ifs” stop us from sharing in public. Yet for Test.bash(); it feels good to openly share our registration target. We’d love for 1,000 community members to attend. Right now we’re at 263.

So we need your help. Because this event is better when…


Ministry of Testing’s Weekly Software Testing Newsletter

Four days in and 30 Days of Tools has already created a big box of useful learnings to explore:

You might feel pressure to actively do and share everything…


Ministry of Testing’s Weekly Software Testing Newsletter

There’s something about the Ask Me Anything (AMA) format that offers an excellent opportunity to learn about someone in the community. And we learn so much! I was reminded of the AMA’s at last year’s Test.bash(); — with Simon, Marie, Julia, and Vernon.

And Test.bash(); is back again next month…


Ministry of Testing’s Weekly Software Testing Newsletter

“Having knowledge of a set of tools is less important than knowing when and where to use the right tool.”

A useful reminder from Mark Winteringham in his excellent article on what tools to learn. What tools are you planning to learn about soon? …


Ministry of Testing’s Weekly Software Testing Newsletter

It’s super rewarding to share your story with the testing community. There are plenty of opportunities to do so next month during 30 Days of Tools. …


Ministry of Testing’s Weekly Software Testing Newsletter

Hello and welcome to your weekly testing news.

I recently discovered UI Design Tips for Landing Pages by Jim Raptis and reflect that it’s a useful tool to inspire test ideas for anyone who tests web, mobile, or desktop apps. …


Ministry of Testing’s Weekly Software Testing Newsletter

Hello and welcome to your weekly testing news.

Callum Akehurst-Ryan always provides great insight and information for us to reflect on. I enjoyed their recent take on acceptance criteria, that checking acceptance criteria isn’t enough. What about those implicit and assumed requirements? …


Ministry of Testing’s Weekly Software Testing Newsletter

Hello and welcome to your weekly testing news.

I always enjoy what Melissa Fisher has to share and their recent definition of testing got me thinking about the importance of exploring our own definitions. There’s power in taking an existing thing and reflecting what it means to you — and…


Ministry of Testing’s Weekly Software Testing Newsletter

Hello and welcome to your weekly testing news.

We’re pleased to announce that we’ll be running not one, not two, but three 99 Minute Workshops a week from September onwards. Based on the success of our previous workshops, we’re excited to offer a range of different themed 99 Minute Workshops…


Ministry of Testing’s Weekly Software Testing Newsletter

Hello,

It’s incredibly exciting to read Richard Bradshaw’s take on the future of TestBash. This is a TestBash event that blends the best bits of online and physical that push the boundaries of what’s possible.

It’s next year yet it’s never too early to start the conversation and build that…

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