Test of Time: Software Testing News - Issue 464

How do we stay relevant? Discover many ways to join the testing and quality engineering conversation and register for events. Read it all in this week's software testing news.

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Here's a roundup of some things happening in the testing community. Let's go! 🛹 

 

AI

Automation & Tooling

API Testing

Microservices

Community

Recruitment

Mentorship

  • QA Tech Mentorship and Coaching With Tech Coach Ralph. Source.

Bug Refinement

  • "The most heartwarming moment for me was when one of our regular attendees said that the bug refinement session is their favourite meeting of the week. It’s not just about refining bugs, it’s about working as one team to create quality software and to have fun doing so!" – Meg MacKay. Read A Guide to Bug Refinement in Software Testing: Streamlining Your Workflow

 

Have a good week.

— Simon Tomes

 



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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.


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