Mark Twain said
“There is no such thing as a new idea. It is impossible. We simply take a lot of old ideas and put them into a sort of mental kaleidoscope.
We give them a turn and they make new and curious combinations. We keep on turning and making new combinations indefinitely; but they are the same old pieces of colored glass that have been in use through all the ages.”
If we agree with Mark, while we don't have original ideas we have new way of doing something, Salt n Vinegar crisp's anyone? or a deep fried Mars Bar? little twists that make mine, yours and our colleagues lives better.
One of the best way to share these ideas is by blogging. Blogging can often be hard to start, continue and have the confidence to put that neat idea out there for the world to see. Tonight we will explore how to get started in Blogging and how to continue with a panel of experts from the world of testing.
So come join us, learn why its good to write things down and empty your brain to the world.
You can join the Bloggers Club on The Club for idea inspiration and get more support.
Who is on this amazing Panel
Compare: Lee Marsha, an actual Pirate
A self-confessed pirate tester, Lee has been testing since 2012. Specialising in testing databases and reports, Lee also blogs, runs the MidsTest Meetup for the West Midlands.Outside of testing he is a husband, father, enjoys cooking and playing computer games."
Louise Gibbs is a Senior QA Analyst at MandM Direct. Louise enjoys learning more about software testing and sharing what’s she’s learnt on her blog by writing blog posts or creating sketch notes. She has also spoken about Test Automation at several meetups and conferences.
As well as testing, Louise enjoys sewing, quilting, felting and has also started running and cycling during lockdown.
Despite appearing to have a lot of creativity when sewing or creating sketch notes, she wasn’t very creative when choosing her blog name or twitter handle
Bruce! A QA at Intermedia and an active member of the testing and LGBT+ communities in Bristol.
Their job is testing products (but what they actually do is test people), and they are passionate about personal development and learning, finding eccentric ways for software testers to assess their strengths, skills and flaws.”
Chris Armstrong is the Test Manager at e-bate.io in Leicester. He is a blogger and podcast co-host on all things testing.
Chris has volunteered, spoken and facilitated at various meetups and conferences.
He is always looking to engage with people who want to talk about testing and quality.
In these pandemic times, Chris has found his work/life separator to be 20-30 minutes on the trampoline with his two sons at the end of each day, Chris is unfit."
What You'll Learn
- Learn how and why you should blog.