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TestBash San Francisco Early Birds are Ending!
We have packed two days with talks covering all aspects of testing. Everything you might need to progress as a tester, including being surrounded by a friendly, supportive testing community!
Testing and the Community
- Power Hour - Automation - We've a new Power Hour with Angie Jones on all things Automation! Get your questions in before 7pm (UK Time) on 30th July.
- Defining Process Definitions - How can software testers help define process definitions?
- Issue/Defect Management - Sure this is a wide-ranging question, but how do you raise, manage and track them?
- 2019 TestBash Australia - Who is attending? - Attendees are sharing - are you planning on attending?
- Submit Your Talk to TestBash Brighton - The call for papers is closing on Friday 2nd August, not long left to submit!
- Testing on VR world - Interesting to read the similarities and differences between VR testing and other app testing.
- Leaders, do you understand the impact of your conversation style on your team? - How we talk to our team can drastically impact how we work.
- Skills for driving change - Do you want to enact more changes at your work?
Automation and Machine Learning
- Injecting cookies in your testcafe automation - An alternative to authenticate without going through the login page.
- Testing a maybe with machine learning. - Great post about shifting our mindset to comparing accuracy rather than pass/fail mentality when dealing with ML.
Upcoming MoT Events
- Power Hour on Automation - 30th July 2109, 7pm UK Time
- Testing Ask Me Anything - Communities of Practice - Lee Marshall - 13th August 2019, 8pm UK Time
- TestBash Germany - 12th - 13th September 2019
- TestBash Manchester - 2nd - Thursday 3rd October 2019
- Test.bash(); - 4th October 2019
- TestBash Australia - 24th - 25th October 2019
- TestBash New Zealand - 29th October 2019
- TestBash San Francisco - 6th - 7th November 2019
- Screen Reader Accessibility Testing: An Introduction - This article focuses on the assistive technology known as screen readers.
- New LoadNinja Updates: Geographic Distribution of Load - Lots more useful functionality with this recent update.
- Enhancing The Robustness Of CI/CD Pipeline With Test Automation - Implementing a CI/CD pipeline is not enough.
- API Testing Mistake #1: Focus on the Most Typical Messages - Robert Schneider - All of us want to create reliable and effective API tests.
Check out our forever automagically updated list of software testing podcasts...
- Melissa Eaden: It's Never a One Person Job - Robby speaks with Melissa Eaden. She shares her experience working with legacy code as it relates to testing.
- E21 - What To Include In A Training Program For New Testers - We all have new testers joining our teams at some point.
- Assessing Testing and Deployment - it’s episode 56 where we talk about Assessing Testing and Deployment with Amy Phillips.
- 262: Testing Torchbearer of Truth with Mush Honda - Do you see yourself as a torchbearer of testing truth?
- Episode 543 - A 2019 Tech Prediction Coming True - Forced Multi-Factor At A Bank - This episode goes over the prediction and what it means going forward.
- The Testing Show: UX and Usability - How often do we look at an application and wonder what the people who were designing it were thinking?
- Cloud Insights - An infrastructure monitoring tool that gives you visibility into your complete infrastructure.
- Screenshot API - It will help you build powerful visual regression testing applications or screenshot based test reporting.
- California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA): What you need to know to be compliant - California's new privacy law, AB 375, might not burden security as much as the GDPR, but details are subject to change.
- NSA to establish a defense-minded division named the Cybersecurity Directorate - The NSA's new Cybersecurity Directorate to become operational in October.
- My browser, the spy: How extensions slurped up browsing histories from 4M users - Have your tax returns, Nest videos, and medical info been made public?
- Facebook to Pay Over $5 Billion Following FTC, SEC Settlements - they'll also have to to provide the FTC with new monitoring tools after an investigation launched following the Cambridge Analytica events.
- New information about Slack’s 2015 security incident - In response to new information about their 2015 security incident, they are resetting passwords for approximately 1% of Slack accounts.
- No, the Met Police wasn’t hacked. But its Twitter account and website were hijacked - Late on Friday night, some rather out-of-character tweets seemed to be coming out of New Scotland Yard.
- Risk or Fear: What Drives Your Testing with Jenna Charlton and 5 Year Birthday! - Detroit
- Owning Your Future In Software QA Career - Cairo
- Talking about Testing - Software Testing Clinic Nottingham
- 2da meetup TestingUy 2019 - Uruguay