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Many organisations do test planning, but many don’t realise all the value in test planning. Testers often produce test plans for no better reason than they always have or the process says they should. Done properly, a test plan can be a very useful weapon in your testing arsenal.
It’s a long-overdue trip to the island for the Ministry of Testing’s own Richard Bradshaw, who joins Neil for a chat about the joys of mobile testing, as well as giving some insight into his new role as “BossBoss” and sharing information on some of the Ministry’s new initiatives for 2018.
On the 31st January 2017, testers joined the fourth Ministry of Testing #TestChat to discuss all things AI Testing. The transcript from the TestChat is now live on The Dojo, plenty of food for thought.
The Super Testing Bros are back with their first podcast of 2018! They talk to Vera Gehlen-Baum and Matt Parker all about learning.
We’ve four TestBashes on at the end of the year that are still accepting papers! You can submit your talk for Germany, Manchester, Australia or San Francisco. TestBashes are a great way to start your speaking career, so if you’ve a topic that you think needs covering, now is your chance!
Each week we will feature one of our upcoming MoT community Meetups.
They’re starting the new year with a blitz, featuring four awesome speakers with lightning talks on a nice variety of testing related topics!
We’ve picked a few topics of interest from The Club for you to read, contribute and generally get involved with.
Dan Billing shares the top three questions asked at his workshops. Without giving too much away about his workshop “Web Application Security: A Hands-on Testing Challenge”7, how did he answer these?
As I see more and more advertisements for Alexa, Cortana, Siri, etc. I wonder how would you test something like this? Where would you start?
Highlighting a selection of blog posts from the testing community.
In the case of exploratory testing, we pride ourselves on finding odd bugs and black swans in the application, but we don’t stop to think if all of this is relevant.
RIMGEN is an acronym and mnemonic (or memory aid) to help us remember the elements of a good bug report. It can be used to help anyone write a better bug report or review existing bug reports looking to make improvements.
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- Blockchain Testing Tools — Automation Testing Made Easy
- What’s it like to do user testing with employers? — ESFA Digital
- How to talk about testing? — DragonQA
- Exploratory Testing using “Tours”- testwithnishi
- Going on Ahead — Hiccupps
- How to use automated functional tests to drive your exploratory, security and performance testing efforts? — Awesome Testing
- Natural Born Testers — Testhexen
- Testing Tour Stop #2: Pair Automating with Thiago — A Tester’s Journey
- Scatter guns and muskets — Investigating Software
A selection of interesting testing podcasts from around the web
- 35: Continuing Education and Certificate Programs at UW — Test and Code
- AB Testing — Episode 74 — AB Testing
- 188: Preparing for the Robotic Automation Revolution with Jason Huggins — Test Talks