Learn how to report you testing to others successfully in this Essentials course- Dan Ashby
Good testing requires good communication. We need to be able to share both what we’ve learnt as we’ve tested and how we feel our testing went (and next steps). We can do this by reporting the testing work we’ve done and our reflections on the quality of our work. Sharing this information not only demonstrates the value of testing but also keeps a team informed, enabling them to make the right decisions in the future. To help you report your testing clearly, this course will:
- Explore why reporting is an essential part of the testing workflow
- Reflect on the challenges we face when reporting
- Consider the types of information we can reporting
- Design your own approach to reporting your testing
So if you want to learn how to create valuable and engaging test reporting that enables strong communication and feedback with your team. Come join us as we explore the many ways in which we can report out testing.
This course is part of the Essentials Online learning pathway.
Director of Quality Services
Proud father. Quality and Testing enthusiast, teacher, coach, mentor and servant leader. Director of Quality Services @ Ada Health. I blog at: danashby.co.uk and I'm a co-founder of the MoT Essentials (formerly the Software Testing Clinic). I love being involved in the testing community (and other communities)!
Team Lead & Senior Test Engineer
Elizabeth Zagroba is a Test Engineer and Team Lead at Mendix in Rotterdam. Alongside her everyday work serving her team building a new flagship product, she encourages and supports quality throughout the organization by actively contributing to the mob testing practice, the test guild, and the agile guild she founded. She is one of the organizers of Test Craft Camp, an annual unconference held in the Netherlands. She was the keynote speaker at Let's Test in South Africa in 2018, and she's spoken and given workshops at TestBash conferences and other conferences around North America and Europe. Her article about mind maps became one of the most viewed on the Ministry of Testing Dojo in 2017. You can find Elizabeth on the internet on Twitter, or you can spot her bicycle around town by the Ministry of Testing sticker on the back fender.
By the end of this course, you’ll be able to:
- Share why reporting testing is important for others
- List different approaches to reporting
- Relate to a stakeholders context when reporting
- Choose what information you would like to share in a report
- Share the results of your testing to others
This course is designed for new starters in testing which means no prerequisite skills or knowledge is required.