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Testing and the Community
- Software Testing Essentials Live — Do you know someone that wants to get started in testing? This course is the best thing to help them take positive steps in their testing career.
- Testers’ Island Discs Ep35 — Mark Tomlinson — Mark shares five tracks that not only are personal favourites but each also has a testing story such as how the rhythm of one track reminds him of the ‘rhythm’ of an application he once ran performance tests against.
- Masterclass: Testing and Quality: Correlation does not equal Causation with Theresa Neate — Testing and building in quality go hand in hand.
- How to Plan a Workshop? — Do you have an idea for a workshop but not sure how to plan or structure it? Mark’s Masterclass will help you.
- Test Management adaptations in times of Distributed Testing — Incredibly useful information on managing your remote team during these testing times.
- Automation in Testing Online — 3-Day Course — The Super Early Bird tickets have already sold out, so if you’re planning on attending we’d recommend getting your tickets before they’re gone.
- 30 Days of DevOps Day 22: Explore Outages — If this isn’t something you’ve not experienced, maybe you can investigate some well-documented outages.
- Mental Health Awareness — It was Mental Health Awareness Week, however, it is a theme throughout the month. Join the Club discussions, share your stories, find actions that can help you.
- Is it possible to perform testing without any requirements? — Being asked to perform testing on a piece of software without a requirements document is something that should rarely occur.
- RiskStorming: Coronavirus Tracker App — Would you have come up with the same risks?
- Why I’m talking to developers about exploratory testing — It’s on us as testers to build an understanding of testing techniques to help the whole team reach the quality that they want to achieve.
- Musings from a remote pairer — Have you tried remote pairing?
Upcoming MoT Events
- Software Testing Essentials Live Online — 1st — 3rd June 2020
- Masterclass: Testing and Quality: Correlation does not equal Causation — 8pm UK Time — 9th June 2020
- Automation in Testing Online — 3-Day Course — 22nd — 24th June 2020
- TestBash Netherlands Online — 15th — 16h October 2020
- Seven Steps to Solve Any Coding Problem — Take some of the mystery out of coding.
- Adding more stability to your Cypress Tests — 6 tips that could help you.
- Making automation better — How to move from one automated test to a scalable automation solution, which provides value and is reliable, usable, and fast?
- Working with windows/tabs in Selenium — When testing requires you to work with multiple open windows or tabs, Selenium is here to help.
- Product Updates: Introducing Simplified Local Testing, App Automate CLI, and New Mobile Devices — The latest news from BrowserStack.
- The Power of Digital Confidence — It is clear that digital confidence is poised to take the spotlight as a key enabler for organizations that want to grow their business.
- Report: COVID-19 Crisis is Driving Digital Accessibility Awareness — Survey Shows Resurgence in Digital Transformation Efforts Offering Opportunity for Organizations to Become More Accessible to People with Disabilities.
- Accessible Images For When They Matter Most — Creating accessible images seems like a simple topic at first glance — you just need to add alt text to an image, right?
Check out our forever automagically updated list of software testing podcasts…
- Performance testing in times of crisis and the story of Gatling.io — An interview with Paul-Henri Pillet, CEO of Gatling.
- Episode 745 — WordPress Plug-In Impacts 1 Million Websites, Don’t Forget To Update Everything — This episode talks about those flaws and why it’s vital to not forget to maintain your 3rd party components.
- Technical Debt — James Smith — Technical debt has to be dealt with on a regular basis to have a healthy product and development team.
- Fast and reliable cross-browser testing using Playwright with Arjun Attam — Web apps are becoming increasingly sophisticated and need to run against multiple devices.
- AB Testing — Episode 121: Peter Senge is Old — Talking a bit about Covid (again), touch on a few random subjects, and then find time to answer a few mailbag questions.
- How can varnish and squid cache be helpful? — How Varnish and Squid Cache can be helpful both in the context of website performance as well as the work-from-home situation many of us find ourselves in.
- 179: Deepfake Jay-Z, and beer apps spilling your data — Apps that belch out sensitive military information, what could the world learn from South Korea’s digital response to the Coronavirus pandemic, and who has been deepfaking Bill Clinton, Jay-Z, and Donald Trump… and why?
- Random numbers to protect privacy in a pandemic app — Another interesting take on the tracking app.
- Cyberattack hits internal IT systems of key player in British power market — Cutting off email access for employees.
- Security Flaws in Adobe Acrobat Reader Allow Malicious Program to Gain Root on macOS Silently -Three critical vulnerabilities reported.
- May Meetup — The tech response to lockdown — Online, Manchester
- Webinar: Cultura DevOps y Agile impartida por Manuel Cubillo — Online, Costa Rica
- Webinar: Design for Understanding — Kevin Richardson — Online, Uruguay
- Movie Night — “Techniques for Generating and Managing Test Data” — Omose Ogala — Online, Auckland
- Parveen Khan — Journey to DevOps — Online, Buckinghamshire
- Topic: TDD/BDD what are these-An introduction Come meet testers (like you) — Cincinnati, Online