Two Heads Are Better Than One
This newsletter is kindly supported by Vornex!
TimeShiftX lets you time travel your software to test date and time sensitive functionality and code such as year-end, daylight savings, and billing. Employ instant time travel inside Active Directory & Kerberos without code or system clock changes and removing all pain points.
All Things Ministry of Testing
- Two Heads Are Better Than One: The Benefits of Pair Testing Across Disciplines — The idea of pairing with someone from an entirely different discipline, is one that continues to be a consideration as more agile teams are being formed.
- Testing Ask Me Anything on Automation — Marie shared her experience with test automation and answered your burning questions!
- TestBash New Zealand Speakers — Our final speaker line up has been confirmed!
- Working With Outsourced Testing Services? What is your experience of working with outsourced testing/QA services?
- What was the turning point in your career? — What made that turning point possible?
- Acceptance Testing — Do you know any links, books or other materials about User/System Acceptance Testing?
Community News & Podcasts
- Avoid These 3 Mistakes With Your End-To-End Tests — This article goes through three of the most common mistakes seen when building and maintaining an end-to-end test suite.
- Test Shapes — For the longest time, the so-called “test triangle” or “test pyramid” was considered gospel. Are there other shapes to consider?
- How to run your Cypress tests in multiple environments — Considering it’s the de facto language of the web at the moment means that one language can be used for the web application stack.
- Why Performance Engineering in 2020 is still failing with James Pulley — Why do some organizations still see performance testing as a waste of time?
- How to Test Anything — David Lord — I asked people on twitter to fill in “How do I test _____?” to find out what people want to know how to test.
- Emerging Voices: Busra Demir — Busra is a hacker to her core — demonstrating an inimitable aptitude for testing applications and an unstoppable quest to achieve her pentesting goals.
99-Minute Workshops — September
- Mocks and Testability — Join Ali Haydar at 12pm New Zealand time (NZST) — 11th September 2020
- Property-based testing in Java — Join Mike Solomon at 12pm UK Time — 14th September 2020
- A Deep Dive into JUnit 5 — Join Boni García at 1pm New York, US Time — 16th September 2020
- Continuous Testing Throughout the SDLC — Join Dan Ashby at 12pm UK Time — 18th September 2020
- RiskStorming Online — Join Beren Van Daele at 7 pm New Zealand Time (NZST) — 25th September 2020
Posts selected from our business feed
- Tech Tip: Best Practices For Using Sauce Connect — When your team moves to a cloud testing solution like Sauce Labs, creating a solid, secure connection is likely to be a top priority.
- A Balancing Act: Finding a Place for Exploratory Testing — There are things you could automate, but do they need to do the setup part, the executing part, and the asserting part?
Upcoming MoT Events
- 99 Min Workshops — We have multiple workshops running during different timezones in upcoming months.
- Masterclass: Let’s Go Larvae Hunting! — 8pm UK Time — 22nd September 2020
- TestBash Manchester Online — 2nd October 2020
- Testing Ask Me Anything — Career Building — 8pm UK Time — 13th October 2020
- TestBash Netherlands Online — 15th — 16th October 2020
- Test.bash(Online); — 29th October 2020
- TestBash New Zealand Online — 20th November 2020
Things You Might Have Missed
Articles and posts on Security, Accessibility and Automation from around the web.
- Even cybersecurity companies spill data and passwords — Nobody is immune to data breaches and hacking, not even the professionals.
- Coronavirus: England and Wales’ contact-tracing app gets launch date — 24 September, the government has announced.