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PractiTest is proud to announce its keynote speakers for the upcoming Online Testing Conference. Session topics will include “Modern testing”, DevOps, Automation and beyond. Attendance is free and meant for anyone in the testing community. Join the sensation.
We are delighted to announce a new addition to our podcasts, Tester’s Island Discs! In each episode, Neil Studd will interview testers from around the globe, about their careers, passions and musical inspirations. Listen to the first podcast.
Early bird tickets for European Testing Conference Amsterdam, on February 19–20th are now available! 4 keynotes of awesomeness, 5 workshops — you can choose 2 to attend, 3 demo talks, 11 talks and 3 discussion sessions. Get your early bird ticket.
Rapid Software Testing course happening in Manchester on 23rd-25th October will be our last one. RST is a comprehensive 3-day testing course which will make you re-think everything you think you know about testing. We’d like to use the scholarship fund to help 2 aspiring software testers attend. Send email explaining why you would like to attend to firstname.lastname@example.org.
How are you managing your testing? Is it a fluid process or are there a lot of stages to it? Do you feel like you are managing it well or are do you get a feeling that it’s just not right? Are you using a tool like Zephyr or TestRail? Join the discussion.
Is heading to London on 11th October for the first time ever! Designed to inspire and empower you with fresh ideas, this 1-day conference will help you discover the best software testing techniques from the world’s top experts — including Keith Klain. Save 50% with our Ministry of Testing friends code: MinistryFriends. Register Today.
What is in my toolkit? What kind of tools do I and my team rely on and use to help us at testing? I recently got a new laptop and so maybe I’ll just go through some of the tools and programs I installed on it as examples of the kinds of tools I find useful. Read the blog post.
An interesting read on how we can become dismissive of training when we decide that we have heard it before. Maybe we believe we’ve heard it all before, therefore missing the some key points that we could learn from. Read the post.
Ah the joys of finding a woeful piece of UI Design, enough to make you wonder if someone was having an off day. Or maybe it was never meant for public consumption! Interesting viewing.
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- Why I think unit testing is the basis of any solid automation strategy — On Test Automation
- 30 Days of agile testing — What Test Documentation does your team have and what can you do… — Matt Frampton
- 30 Days of Agile Testing — Helping the Team — offbeattesting
- Don’t Shift Left; Expand Outwards and Accelerate Failure — Testing & Life
- Being a Distributed Tester was hard — Chris Kenst’s Blog
- Accessibility testing is your social responsibility #AccessibilityTestingDoIT — KingaTest
- We have a pulse! Application feedback — Matt Frampton
- How We As a Team Chose a Testing Framework — Christine Zierold
- Checking whether an image is broken with HttpClient — iAmALittleTester
- The Myth of the Degree
- Q & A Bits of performance testing — Mindful tester
- A Long Story Cut Short — The Importance of Pausing to Think — A Tester’s Journey
- Purpose of the Test Automation — jsbot
- Hackers compromised free CCleaner software, Avast’s Piriform says
- Is virtual reality bad for our health? The risks and opportunities of a technology revolution
- Simulating GitHub OAuth2 Login for Tests with JUnit, Webdriver & Hoverfly
- Equifax data breach may affect up to 143 million people — CNET
- Senses Working Overtime — Improving Software Quality through Accessibility & Inclusive Design (with images, tweets) · anitaycheng · Storify