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Testing and the Community
- TestBash Netherlands 2020 is Postponed to October 2020 — Delighted we were able to find an alternative to cancelling this TestBash.
- Testing Ask Me Anything — Test Strategies with Huib Schoots — This online webinar is happening on the 31st March. Get your questions in, even if you can’t attend live, you could have your question answered in the recording.
- Blind Bird Tickets to TestBash and Test.bash(); Manchester ending soon — Our TestBashes in Manchester have been increasingly popular over the years for good reason! Book your ticket now!
- TestBash New Zealand Call For Papers — Do you fancy speaking or running a workshop at TestBash New Zealand? Get your idea in now, we’re still accepting submission.
- 30 Days of Quality Day 19: Principle 5 of Modern Testing — What are your thoughts on it?
- New Challenges in Continuous Delivery — Do you actually do the work to get CD?
- Support Your Community — We are so fortunate to have such an awesome community willing to support us — helping us provide even more useful content.
- Would Heu-Risk It? Part 25: Goldilocks — Another card from Lena!
- Growing into senior (role) — What does it mean to be senior?
Upcoming MoT Events
- Testing Ask Me Anything — Test Strategies — 1 hour — 8pm UK Time — 31st March 2020
- Masterclass: Overcoming Cognitive Dissonance: How to Effectively Deliver Unbelievable Test Results — 1 hour — 8pm UK Time — 14th April 2020
- TestBashX Edinburgh — 26th June 2020
- TestBash Manchester — 30th September — 1st October 2020
- Test.bash(); Manchester — 2nd October 2020
- TestBash Netherlands — 15th — 16th October 2020
- TestBash New Zealand — 16th — 17th November 2020
- A11yAxioms — Basic truths about building an inclusive digital world.
- 7 Tips for Making Online Exams Accessible — What are different considerations for making online exams accessible?
- These are the Web Accessibility Standards designers need to know — Attempting to summarize the basic structure of Web Accessibility Standards to provide beginners with a high-level starting point to dive into the topic.
- Accessible UI Component Libraries Roundup — A list of accessible UI components that you can use for your next project.
- Ensuring that drag-and-drop actions can be cancelled — The Technique is applicable to any technology that supports pointer input.
- Creating your first test with TestCafe — Interested in trying TestCafe?
- Browser unaware Selenium tests — Step 1: Identify OSs on which to run tests + choose browsers to support.
- Do you really need that Cucumber with your Selenium? — Can you streamline things?
- Selenium WebDriver Synchronization — Learning effective synchronisation strategies makes your automated execution more reliable.
- Automation challenges — Interesting post about the team growth mindset.
- Using Data to Improve Test Efficiency: Introducing Failure Analysis — See if you qualify for early access to Failure Analysis with Sauce Labs.
- Automated localization testing with Selenium — Wonderproxy has a new guide that explores how Selenium can be integrated with a worldwide proxy network to verify website availability, performance, and correctness on a continuous basis.
- Open Source Spotlight: Ombi with Jamie Rees — Jamie is the creator of Ombi, a tool that lets users manage users and request content on Plex.
- A medical device manufacturer meets mission-critical regulations with Xray — Medical companies have a unique set of challenges with how they design, release and operate their products.
- How to Test Your Mobile Apps From Anywhere — With test teams working remotely, are you set up to continue mobile testing your product?
- Automation Coding Practices to Adopt: Code Like a Developer — Do you have a standard practice for your automation that everyone uses?
Check out our forever automagically updated list of software testing podcasts…
- SeleniumBase Python Framework with Michael Mintz — Want to use a python based automation framework for your entire web UI testing needs?
- Episode 702 — The ‘What If’ Situations Are Here, Were You Prepared — This episode talks about what this means for your security program and reminds you to keep security a top priority.
- AB Testing — Episode 117: The Covid-19 WFH Show — Talking quite a bit about working from home, and a bit about test coaching / consulting in the Modern Testing world.
- Episode 40 Leif Dreizler: Where Engineering Meets Security — Leif joined the podcast to discuss his journey into appsec, his observations about the industry, and his recommendations for entering the field
- E29 — Metrics — The Good, The Bad And The Ugly — Is there a more controversial topic in testing? Yet a tool more widely used by testing teams?
- Episode 704 — Home Router Security Tips — In today’s current events your home network is being used more often and by more people than normal.
- Visual Testing: How IDEs can make software testing easier — Paul Everitt — Paul and Brian discuss ways IDEs can encourage testing and make it easier for everyone, including beginners.
- Password found to rescue victims of malicious COVID-19 tracker app — Members of the IT and cybersecurity communities have successfully obtained a password key for victims of CovidLock Android ransomware.
- Google’s advanced protection program for high-risk users now includes malware protection — Google is expanding the feature set for its Advanced Protection Program, a security offering that helps safeguard Google Accounts of those at risk for targeted attacks.
- Huntress Labs’ Kyle Hanslovan on how his team tricked a hacker into being arrested — They found a hacker breaking into a managed service provider’s (MSP) network, then socially engineered the group into turning themselves in.
- Quality Analyst & Consultant — Ann Arbor, MI. US
- Freelance Test Automation Engineer (m/f/x) — Python — Remote, Anywhere in Europe, preferably Central or Eastern Europe.
- Mocks and Testability — Online Webinar — Auckland
- The MoTrix: Communities of practice with Drew Pontikis — Online — Edinburgh
- WEBINAR: Patrones de diseño en la automatización, PageObject o ScreenPlay — Costa Rica