Weekly Newsletter: Let the Chaos begin!
This newsletter is kindly supported by Tricentis
The annual Tricentis Testing Heroes Awards recognize the outstanding individual and team contributions within the software testing community. This year’s Tester of the Year and Test Manager of the Year will receive complimentary airfare, hotel stay, and pass to Tricentis Accelerate in Vienna! Nominate Today.
Testing and the Community
- Power Hour - Security Testing - On the 3rd of July at 7pm, Lena Wiberg will spend an hour answering any of your questions related to security testing.
- From Having a Mentor to Gaining an Ally - Interesting to learn how Vincent discovered Anne needed more than a mentor, she needed an ally to overcome a toxic environment. Could you be an ally or mentor?
- Resilience Testing: Let the Chaos Begin! - After Geoffrey and Mark gave insight during their Power Hour on The Club, now is the time to get your ticket to their workshop!
- Interest is the basis of value - What is your why?
- Ideas needed for ways to approach testing summaries - how do you present the information?
- The Magic of Notes - Taking good notes can make all the difference, but it's hard to do while actually being present.
- Five Tips How Software Testers Can Collaborate With Software Developers - Some great tips for pairing with devs.
- Some Observations On the Messy Realities of Incident Reviews - When Dr. Richard Cook talks incidents, you want to listen
- What bugs cause cloud production incidents? - This is a study of every high severity production incident at Microsoft Azure services over a span of six months.
- Verifying Entire API Response - you don't know how your customer will use your API, how can you be sure which fields are important?
- Launching Selenium Webdriver in .Net core the easy way - does what it says.
- Be the Automation IRS – Auditing Your Automation - how does constantly changing code affect our automation?
- SACRED - A Mnemonic For Automated Test Design - something
to help you design your automated tests/checks and parts of your automation architecture.
Upcoming MoT Events
- TestBash Germany - 12th - 13th September
- 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
- Inclusive Design – A Change in Mindset when Designing for All - time for a shift in thinking.
- a11yjobs - A Digital Accessibility Job Board.
- 3 Good Practices for Displaying an Empty State - great opportunity to create a satisfying experience and prevent confusion.
- Unit Testing Best Practices - Focuses on getting the best out of your unit tests.
- Prioritize Product Reliability on your Terms - Using Site Reliability Engineering, to address product concerns by facilitating a safe delivery and providing a high-level of system reliability.
Check out our forever automagically updated list of software testing podcasts...
- Fixing misinformation about software testing - Some information about software testing is just wrong.
- Episode 524 - When Building A Vulnerability Assessment Program, Include Everything - Vulnerability scanning and management is a vital aspect of a security program. Do you cover everything you should?
- SignalFx - Real-Time Cloud Monitoring for Infrastructure, Microservices, Applications.
- Formant.io - Monitoring and operations infrastructure for anyone who works with robots.
- LightStep - answers questions and diagnoses anomalies at scale, spanning mobile, monoliths, and microservices.
- 1Password -Save your passwords and log in to sites with a single click.
- Pull Panda - Tools for teams using GitHub.
- miro - visual collaboration platform to create, collaborate, and centralize communication across your company.
- Hacker used Raspberry Pi computer to steal restricted NASA data - The breach came about as a result of a system administrator failing to update the database that determines which devices have access to the network. Does your SysAdmin need a poke?
- Dell warning: Patch our Windows 10 PCs now to stop attackers taking control - third-party software library could allow an attacker to compromise a Dell Windows PC.
- Google Announces DNS over HTTPS ‘General Availability’ - Google finalizes its DNS-over-HTTPS service.
- Test Engineer / Developer in Test - Cambridge, UK
- SDET Performance / Performance Test Engineer - Berlin, Germany
- Junior ERP Test Analyst - Nottingham, UK
- Software Testing Toolsmith - Nottingham, UK
- How to think like a tester - Sheffield
- #NottsTest - Nottingham
- Cypress: Where Automated Web UI Testing Isn’t Just for QA AnymoreM - Phoenix