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WOMEN TESTERS JULY 2017 EDITION

WOMEN TESTERS – JULY 2017 EDITION

JULY 2017 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 an article by the multifaceted conference organizer “Maaret Pyhäjärvi” titled “Five Controversial Ideas to Increase Your Impact as a Tester”. 

An aspiring UX Alchemist, industrious and a regular contributor to women tester magazine “Parimala Hariprasad” shares about “How to Improve Mobile Payment Forms”. 

A poetic tester, the software specialist, who is terrific at testing “Vivien Ibironke Ibiyemi” writes about “The Tester’s life!”. We are in for a treat, read on.

“Anne-Marie Charrett” defined by dynamism shares her perspective on when to stop and to be respectful about the stop criterion’s in the article titled “Finishing Exploring”. 

“Dhanasekar S” writes a guest post, wise words for testers from a test practitioner in this article “Seven Wisdom From A Software Tester”.

We look forward to you reading and sharing this edition which also features a special editorial written by Paul Seaman who is the co-founder of EPIC Testability Academy (ETA). ETA teaches people with autism the basics of software testing. Saluté Paul Seaman and Lee Hawkins.

From around the testing world: These software testing conferences are lined up for this quarter STeP-IN Summit [Aug -Sep], Copenhagen Context Driven Testing Conference [Sep]EclipseCon  [Oct]. Do write to us at editor@womentesters.com and share your testing experience for the upcoming edition by September 30th 2017.

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

Happy to present these write-ups from the leaders and friends from the testing community. 

Co-ordinator and Editor
Jyothi Rangaiah

WOMEN TESTERS APRIL 2017 EDITION

WOMEN TESTERS – APRIL 2017 EDITION

 

APRIL 2017 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 an article on leadership and follower-ship titled “Fulfilling your potential as a leader and as a follower” by “Isabel Evans.

We are proud to present to you all, a guest post and an announcement about a Testing School started in Australia  by Paul Seaman and Lee Hawkins for those in autism spectrum and their mentors “EPIC Test-Ability Academy – the story so far”. 

An international conference ‘Test Master’s Academy’ producer “Anna Royzman” writes “On Leadership, Diversity and Inspirational Role Models”.

Farzeen Abbas has written a confession in her role as an Agilist in “Confessions of an agile test lead”.

We look forward to you reading and sharing this edition which also features a special editorial written by Parimala Hariprasad titled “A Chance to Dream”.

From around the testing world: These software testing conferences are lined up for this quarter Mobile Dev+Test, STAREAST, Quality Jam, Atlassian Summit, Europe. Do write to us at editor@womentesters.com and share your article for the upcoming edition of Women Testers by May 30th 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

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