Your Weekly Testing News — Issue 405
You made it! Celebrate 2022. 🎉
Thanks for being part of the testing community. It’s been an incredible year of learning, connections and action — too many to call out, to be honest. Yet if you can, take a moment to reflect on your journey this year. What have you achieved? Who in the community has inspired you and who could you thank? What remains to do that you could take into 2023?
Enjoy a break from work if that’s something you can do at this time of year. And if you have some time away and want to continue learning, feel free to explore the Ministry of Testing Learning Platform. There’s much to be discovered with a simple keyword search or by browsing around. It’s a treasure trove! 👑
If you need support over the holiday season, please reach out! The community has put together a helpful set of options.
Team Ministry of Testing ramps down for the holiday season and your weekly newsletter shall return on Monday 9th January.
See you in 2023!
— Simon, CommunityBoss
P.S. We plan to evolve the newsletter next year. What would you like to see? What feedback would you like to share? I encourage you to be brutally honest. I’d love to hear from you. 📧
Useful business posts
- Quality Engineering, Continuous Delivery, and the User Experience — Bridget Hughes
- 10 Trends in DevOps, Automated Testing and More for 2023 — David Moeller
- Experience: Trilogy’s Journey From Manual to Integrated Pipelines — Bridget Hughes
- Wed 18 Jan The Hidden Logic of Thinking for Testers
- Wed 25 Jan Exploring Example Mapping For User And Non-user Stories
- Wed 01 Feb Recognising and Eliminating Code Smells 101
- Wed 08 Feb Let’s Go Threat Modelling
- Wed 15 Feb — Fri 17 Feb Automation in Testing — Durham, NC
- Wed 22 Feb — Fri 24 Feb Automation in Testing — Chicago
Calls for Contributions
- Call to Speak @ TestBash Spring 2023: Closes on the 8th of January 2023
- Call To Speak — TestBash UK 2023 in Liverpool, UK
- Call for Content — Write for us
- Have You Contributed to the Community?
💬 Join The Club. Ask a question, chat with fellow testers and help someone. Stay up-to-date with the community via the Ministry of Testing Community Timeline.