30 Days of Testability

30 Days of Testability

30 Days of Testability Challenge... let's do this!

The 30 Days of Testing Challenge is back!

The time, the theme is Testability and this challenge has been kindly sponsored by Tricentis - be sure to check out their demos and trials for the resources, tools and training for the Tricentis platform.

These challenges are a great way to learn on your own, as a team effort or join in with the wonderful Ministry of Testing community online.

Below is a list of 30 challenges and a bonus challenge developed by Rob Meaney and Ash Winter, one for each day of the month. Download the PDF below. Save it somewhere. Print it out. Stick it on your wall. Let’s do this!

What are the rules?

The goal is to tick off as many of the challenges as you can. You can do this in your own timeframe, or you can join us in our joint community effort throughout the month of March. We will be encouraging the community to share their progress on this challenge from the 1st of March 2019

You may have an image to share, a blog post, a video, a status update, whatever it is!  Come and participate!

Here is how you can share your progress:


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Rob Meaney's profile

Rob Meaney

<p>Rob Meaney is a tester that loves tough testing and software delivery problems. He works with teams to help create products that customers love and know they can rely upon. Although he enjoys learning about software delivery, in general, he’s particularly interested in Quality Engineering, Test Coaching, Testability, and Testing in Production.</p> <p>Currently, he’s working as Head of Testing &amp; Test Coach for Poppulo in Cork, Ireland. He’s a regular conference speaker, an active member of the online testing community and co-founder of Ministry of Test Cork.</p> <p>Previously he has held positions as Test Manager, Automation Architect and Test Engineer with companies of varying sizes, from large multinationals like Intel, Ericsson &amp; EMC to early-stage startups like Trustev. He has worked in diverse areas from highly regulated industries like safety automation &amp; fraud detection to dynamic, exciting industries like gaming.</p>

Ash Winter's profile

Ash Winter


Ash Winter is a consulting tester and conference speaker, working as an independent consultant providing testing, performance engineering, and automation of both build and test. He has been a team member delivering mobile apps and web services for start ups and a leader of teams and change for testing consultancies and their clients. He spends most of his time helping teams think about testing problems, asking questions and coaching when invited.

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