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Goodbye Summer Giveaway!

As the weather is fading and we’re getting ready for the onset of Autumn, we thought we’d help ease the transition with a wee competition!  We have lots of prizes to give away It’s easy to participate.  Just go to our giveaway page and enter your email address (and then share to have a greater chance of winning). […]

We Want To Hear Your Stories: Call For Writers!

Here at Ministry of Testing, we’re looking for writers to write articles for The Dojo. The Joy of Sharing Stories We love to hear from and learn from testers actively working in the field. What difficulties you’re coming up against, what revelations you’re having, how you’re solving problems, what useful tools you’ve built or discovered, […]

TestBash Is Returning To Philadelphia

TestBash is coming back to Philadelphia! After the roaring success of last year, there was no way we couldn’t. TestBash Philadelphia is returning to The FringeArts on November 9th – 10th, that’s two whole days! We are going to repeat the same format as last year, a two-day event with a mixture of talks and conference wide workshops […]

TestBash Belfast Tickets Now On Sale!

We have some exciting news on TestBash Belfast!  Tickets are now available for TestBash Belfast on 18th May 2017 at The Crescent Art Centre! We are delighted to have talks from some incredibly inspiring people.  All providing great content in what we expect to be a warm, friendly atmosphere. Cynefin for Testers – Liz Keogh […]

What is the Software Testing Clinic, Exactly?

The Software Testing Clinic is a safe environment for those who are new to software testing to learn and enhance their testing skills whilst enabling senior testers to learn and enhance their mentoring skills.  We’re a part of the Ministry of Testing family who are supporting us in offering quality training on key concepts of […]

The Top 10 Worst Testing Tips I Ever Gave – How it Ended

In the previous Testing Planet article we described a fictitious conversation between a context driven tester and a competitor with less knowledge of and experience with testing. The tester gave him 10 bad tips on how to do a testing project. This is how the story ended. The combination of rain and wind made my […]

Change is the Only Constant

Change is the only constant – isn’t it? This statement is true for many aspects of our life, but in the case of software – change is highly visible. Software has become an integral part of our lives. With the widespread usage of web apps, mobile apps and the Internet of things – software has […]