Software testing news – Issue 472: Better be testing

How often should we be testing? Discover many ways to join the testing, QA and quality engineering conversation and register for events. Read it all in this week's software testing news.

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What's been happening in the testing, QA and quality engineering community? Let's go! 🚜

 

Accessibility

Automation

CI/CD

Coding

AI in Testing

Tooling

New to Testing

Career Growth

Contribute

  • "The advantage of smaller contributions is that they will help us establish a relationship with you to help us spot the sparks that you have to offer further down the line." — Rosie Sherry. Read more.

API Testing

Mobile Testing

UX

Test Planning

Team Setup

Security

Observability

Measuring

Just for Fun


I hope you have a great week.

— Simon Tomes, part of the Community Team at Ministry of Testing

 


 

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Gather with the testing community. Join an event, Slack and The Club.
 


🗓️ Events

New events are always added, so keep checking the events page for up-to-date info.


🗞️ Industry News

 


✏️ Calls for Contributions


"Innovation happens when people come together to share ideas. We commit to creating a space to enable both you and our software testing industry to thrive. MoT’s Continuous Call for Contributions (CCC) is a step in this direction."

Read more from MoT's founder and CEO, Rosie Sherry, in her post: Introducing MoT’s Continuous Call for Contributions.
 

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Simon Tomes

Community Team

Simon works in the community team at Ministry of Testing and his pronouns are he/him. Currently learning to be a better community enabler, he has a passion for all things testing with a career in various testing roles since 2003. He particularly enjoys promoting and sharing the value of exploratory testing.