Ministry of Testing’s Weekly Software Testing Newsletter

Avoid the “Test Everything” strategy

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 TestBash anticipation on Twitter, Slack, Racket, or The Club. And with such buzz, you can also submit your talk and/or activity, by 5th September.

Happy testing!
– Simon, CommunityBoss

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Solving Advanced Use Cases in Test Automation

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Good stuff for software testers.