WOMEN TESTERS JANUARY 2017 EDITION

WOMEN TESTERS – JANUARY 2017 EDITION

January 2017 edition of Women Testers is brought to you by the team of Women Testers in association with Testing Circus.

In this edition, we have bought to you the following articles: “Not Invented Here” by Claire Moss

A guest post  “Are Test Cases Dead?” authored by Sandeep Garg

A frequent speaker at international conferences writes about the “Benefits of public speaking” – Karen N Johnson

Check out this reading list by Parimala Hariprasad and her review of the books she read in “Bibliography – Books I read in 2016″

Amanda Perkins has authored a write-up about “ISO Multilingual Testers”

We look forward to you reading and sharing this edition which also has a special editorial written by Keith Klain titled “Nevertheless, she persisted…”

From around the testing world: These software testing conferences are lined up for March 2017 Agile Testing Days, Asia and Agile India. Do write to us at editor@womentesters.com and share your article for the upcoming edition of Women Testers by March 20th 2017.

Upcoming conferences:

Test Master’s Academy brings to you 2ND ANNUAL TEST LEADERSHIP CONGRESS – MAY 1ST-3RD, NewYork City.  Watch this video to learn more: https://youtu.be/ldKUOGOK2BM 

Thank you for your awesomeness authors and for the timely submissions. And Testing Circus for your continued inspiration and patronage.

Co-ordinator and Editor
Jyothi Rangaiah

WOMEN TESTERS OCTOBER 2016 EDITION

WOMEN TESTERS – OCTOBER 2016 EDITION

Software testing e-magazineOctober 2016 edition of Women Testers is brought to you by the team of Women Testers in association with Testing Circus and with the support of Keith Klain.

In this edition, we have bought to you the following articles: A guest post  “Testing is Dead” (Again) Thanks to DevOps written by Lee Hawkins.
For the first time, women testers features an article from a veteran from the tech world A Critical Path to Problem Resolution by Bruce Seaman.

An article for our new testers by a new tester, Himansha Tyagi who writes about her Journey of A Newbie Tester 

Helena Jeret-Mäe shares her experiences in the form of Lessons from Observing an Organization

What are your testing knowledge sources? As a reply to this question, Ajay Balamurugadas writes his sources of testing know-how in the article titled My Sources of Testing Knowledge

And a candid editorial by Karennjohnson to make us all think about the changing testing profession and the growing need to up-skill/reinvent ourselves as testers.

From around the testing world: Call For Papers is now open for EuroSTAR2017.  Take time out to respond to the early bird registrations CASTx17

We look forward to reading and sharing your new learning experiences while you are at these software testing conferences lined up for December 2016 Software Testing Conference, Peers of Estonian Software Testing (PEST), Agile testing days, NFTCon. Do write to us at editor@womentesters.com and share your article for the upcoming edition of Women Testers by December 30th 2016.

Thank you for your awesomeness authors and for the timely submissions. And Testing Circus for your continued inspiration and patronage.

Co-ordinator and Editor
Jyothi Rangaiah

WOMEN TESTERS – 2nd Anniversary edition

WOMEN TESTERS – JULY 2016 – 9th EDITION

July 2016 edition of Women Testers is brought to you by the team of Women Testers and in association with Testing Circus.

This edition features guest editorial by Alison Wade, President at Techwell and founder of Women who Test.

We have brought to you articles from these test practitioners. Download your copy today of this e-magazine whose readership spans across 40 countries, the top 5 representation of our subscribers are based out of USA, India, UK, Australia and Canada respectively. Thank you readers for your continued readership.

5 Challenges in Software Test Management by Farzeen Abbas

Creating Positive Experiences on Mobile Apps by Parimala Hariprasad (http://curioustester.blogspot.com/)

Dog Show Quality by James Lyndsay (http://blackboxpuzzles.workroomprds.com/)

How Albina Wrecked my Tester Evaluation Method by James Bach (http://www.satisfice.com/blog/)

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Womentesters second anniversary edition

Journey towards Performance Analytics & Prediction by Ramya Ramalinga Moorthy

User Story Traceability by Mahalakshmi Devi

Do write to us at editor@womentesters.com and share your article for the upcoming edition of Women Testers by September 10th, 2016

Thank you for your awesomeness authors and for the timely submissions. And Testing Circus for your continued inspiration and patronage.

Download your copy of women testers today and those of you who wish to write for the future editions of the e-magazine download the article template here. For any feedback on this edition, do write to us at editor@womentesters.com

What’s new in the testing world? CAST comes to Sydney! Answer to the call for papers by October 15, 2016.  Follow CAST2016 Twitter feeds as it happens here – https://twitter.com/AST_News. Courtesy: AST and Claire Moss

CAST2017

Co-ordinator and Editor
Jyothi Rangaiah

WOMEN TESTERS – APRIL 2016 EDITION

WOMEN TESTERS – APRIL 2016 – 8th EDITION

The cover page of the 8th edition of women testers e-magazine is designed by Abhimanyu Tadwalkar
The cover page of the 8th edition of women testers e-magazine is designed by Abhimanyu Tadwalkar

April 2016 edition of Women Testers is brought to you by the team of Women Testers which includes Jyothi Rangaiah and Paul Seaman and in association with Testing Circus.

In this edition we have brought to you the following articles by veteran and newbie testers:

The art of asking questions by Karen N Johnson

What Questioning Means to a Testing Newcomer by Amanda Halvordsson
Who? When? What? Which? Why? Where? How? by Fake Software Tester
Color Psychology by Parimala Hariprasad
Comparing Car Inspection to Testing by Tuula Pääkkönen
My Experiment With Lean Testing by Mohit Verma
An interview – Women Leadership in Testing Arena with Renu Rajani
Upsurge in Savvy Performance Analysis Tools Leading to Enigmatic Trend by Ramya Ramalinga Moorthy
The guest editorial as you noticed is authored by Paul Seaman

Do write to us at editor@womentesters.com and share your article for the upcoming edition of Women Testers by June 10th 2016.

Thank you for your awesomeness authors and for the timely submissions. And Testing Circus for your continued inspiration and patronage.

Download your copy of women testers today and those of you who wish to write for the future editions of the e-magazine download the article template here. For any feedback on this edition, do write to us at editor@womentesters.com

Co-ordinator and Editor
Jyothi Rangaiah

WOMEN TESTERS – JANUARY 2016 EDITION

WOMEN TESTERS – JANUARY 2016 EDITION

WTJAN2016January 2016 edition of Women Testers is brought to you by the team of Women Testers and in association with Testing Circus.

In this edition we have brought to you the following articles by veteran and newbie testers:

Learning, Evaluating and Testing with Usability Heuristics by Dolly Pente

My Journey Starting a Career in Tech authored by Meglena Ivanova
My Year of Lessons for Aspiring Speakers authored by Maaret Pyhäjärvi
Relationship between Attending Conferences & Motivation authored by Jean Ann Harrison
Women Who TEST authored by Alison Wade
My First Step from Teaching to Mentoring authored by Martin Nilsson
It’s On My List – One Piece of the Quality Jigsaw authored by Paul Seaman

Do write to us at editor@womentesters.com and share your article for the upcoming edition of Women Testers by March 10th 2016.

Thank you for your awesomeness authors and for the timely submissions. And Testing Circus for your continued inspiration and patronage.

Wishing all our readers a HAPPY NEW YEAR where you get you learn, experiment, question often, find an optimal solution to an existing or a new problem, share your wisdom with other testers and more. Let this year bring out the thinking tester in us and let each of us learn and share together. Download your copy of women testers today.

Co-ordinator and Editor
Jyothi Rangaiah

WOMEN TESTERS – OCTOBER 2015 EDITION

WOMEN TESTERS – OCTOBER 2015 EDITION

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October 2015 edition of Women Testers is brought to you by the team of Women Testers and in association with Testing Circus.

In this edition we have bought to you the following articles:
A guest post on Mindmapping essentials written by Dhanasekar Subramaniam

A co-authored post on Stress And Work written by Annie Rydholm and Paul Seaman

Parimala Hariprasad writes about her research on Competitor Analysis
Rikke Simonsen shares her experiences about Making The Transition From Manual To Automated Testing
A first timer at Women Testers Alexandra Schladebeck has shared a write-up on Some Words About Words
If you have liked reading about Testing in the Cloud – Part II written by Nitika Katiyar in our previous edition, this edition has the final part of this article.

Yes, Call For Papers is now open for NULLCON 2016.

We look forward to reading and sharing your new learning experiences while you are at these software testing conferences lined up for November 2015 EclipseCon, TestBashNY, EuroSTAR Conference 2015, Better Software Conference, LET’S TEST [South Africa]. Do write to us at editor@womentesters.com and share your article for the upcoming edition of Women Testers by December 20th 2015.

Thank you for your awesomeness authors and for the timely submissions. And Testing Circus for your continued inspiration and patronage.

Co-ordinator and Editor
Jyothi Rangaiah

ILookLikeATester

This post is via uTest follow the link or read below to know how to enter the contest.
http://forums.utest.com/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=8801

On August 1st an engineer named Isis Wegner began to sweep the nation with her creation of the #iLookLikeAnEngineer hashtag. She wrote a motivational story about her experience as a woman in the tech industry, specifically a software engineer.
You can read the story and find out more about her on Medium.com. Check it out at: https://medium.com/the-coffeelicious/you-may-have-seen-my-face-on-bart-8b9561003e0f

At uTest we were moved and inspired by this great idea and wanted to get our community involved in the movement.

With this we have decided to create the #ILookLikeATester hashtag raffle!

What will you win:

    1. A $100 Amazon Gift Card.
    2. A hard copy of Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead by Sheryl Sandberg; to help you (Lean In)to testing .
    3. A little uTest Swag to rep the female testing community.

How to enter:

    1. Write the hashtag #ILookLikeATester on an 8×11 piece of paper.
    2. Post a photo in the forum or on twitter @uTest holding up a sign with a sentence about what you do as a tester.
    3. Pat yourself on the back you have just been entered into the raffle!

Functional Conference 2015

Functional Conference 2015 Schedule is now live.

At this conference, FUCONF host’ s 30 speakers who will present a potpourri of these 16 functional languages:

APL/Dyalog
Clojure
ClojureScript
Erlang
Escher.jl
F#
Groovy
Haskell
Hy
Java8
JavaScript
Julia
OCaml
PureScript
Scala
Swift

BE THERE TO WITNESS IT ALL AND LEARN NEW VIEWS OF THE OLD AND NEW PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES!

#FUCONF2015

WOMEN TESTERS – JULY 2015 ANNIVERSARY EDITION

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Anniversary edition

July 2015 edition of Women Testers is brought to you by the team of Women Testers and in association with Testing Circus

In this edition:

  • Recoverability Testing and UX Connection – Parimala Hariprasad
  • Q&A with Applause – Women Testers Team
  • A Different perspective on what to look for in a Test Lead – Nicola Owen
  • A Day in the life of Agile Software Quality Enthusiast – Manisha Awasthi
  • Testing Your Habits – Annie Rydholm
  • Testing in the Cloud: Part 1 – Nitika Katiyar
  • Is Manual Testing Losing It’ s Sheen – Divya Madaan

Thank you for your awesomeness authors and for the timely submissions . And Testing Circus for your continued inspiration and patronage.

The cover page image is the courtesy of piktochart.

Coordinator and Editor
Jyothi Rangaiah