Weekly Newsletter: TestBash Netherlands is back in 2019!
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We are very excited to announce that TestBash, our conference for software testing, is coming back to the Netherlands for the third time! Submit your workshops or talks by Sunday, October 14th.
Sunjeet is on a roll with another 99-second talk! This time, we hear how Sunjeet coaches and mentors Junior Testers. You can create your own 99-second talk too and join in on the fun!
On 15th August at 6pm BST join Applitools to learn what visual testing is and how it can augment your existing regression automation test suite. How you can enhance your existing functional tests with visual testing additions and how easy it is to write code that visually tests an entire application.
We've had a few requests to view individual software testing courses and guides from testers that are unable to pay for the full pro membership. We put on our thinking hats and tried to figure out how could we best help out our awesome community of software testers?
Learn about replacing rspec with minitest. Learn about enumerables made just for you. See how metaprogramming can turn yml files into Page Object methods and grab some food.
We've picked a few topics of interest from The Club for you to read, contribute and generally get involved with?
A common thing I hear a lot from people who would like to speak at a conference is “I have nothing to talk about! And I’m sure we have topics that we’d love to hear more about!
How do people manage BAT (Business Acceptance Testing)? I’ve been asked to come up with a process that we can use for future features that we release.
Highlighting a selection of blog posts from the testing community.
This post is a walk-through of my experience creating a simple web test. I plan to write a few follow-up posts to cover mobile device testing and finally a bit on my experiences playing with their Java SDK.
- What is Exploratory Testing — the Programmer Edition
- Cloud testing: the right way to do it | Supreme Agile | David Tzemach's Blog
- Hindsight lessons about API testing - Mr.Slavchev
Testing PodcastsMoT host various podcasts, but here is a selection of interesting testing podcasts from around the web.
Testing ChatterWe keep a close eye on our two slack groups - testers.chat and our MoT Slack. This is what they've been sharing.
- Chrome 68 Released With Warnings on HTTP Sites, But Also Other Security Features
- Your Body Text Is Too Small - Marvel Blog
- Ask HN: What are the best resources for learning security and pen testing? | Hacker News
- 10 steps for a better queer user experience
- Snapchat Source Code Leaked and Posted to GitHub - Motherboard