WomenTesters – Guidelines for article submission.

Article submission guidelines:

a) There is no limit on the length of the article. The editor and the author will decide if the article needs to be published as different parts in the same / different issue of the e-magazine.
b) Choose a topic of your interest. The article should not be published elsewhere.
c) Images and graphs used needs to be embedded into the write-up.
d) Self and / or a peer review of the article is appreciated prior to the submission. If you wish for our panel to review, then please do submit the article a week before the target set.
e) Do share the author biography (not more than a 100 words) and a photograph (small, unless requested for a large dimensioned) of yours along with the article.
f) Do submit the article in word document format unless asked for other formats.

Important Note: If you are unable to write an article for us within the target date, then please help us by introducing a writer on your behalf.

If you have any questions, please write to editor@womentesters.com
Please read FAQ’s before proceeding.

Women Testers – July 2014 Edition

Women-Testers-Edition-01-July-2014Women Testers, a Quarterly E-magazine featuring articles from women in tech and guest posts from either men/women from the testing world, July 2014, its first edition is out. Download your first copy and share with the testing world.
  • Why Testing? – Johanna Rothman
  • Stepping Into Your Learning Zone  – Alessandra Moreira
  • My BBST Experience – A letter from an introvert – Bolette Stubbe Teglbjærg
  • Forget Mentors, Find a Sponsor – Smita Mishra
  • Foundations of Ticket Writing – Sara Tabor
  • 26 Ways Testers can work with UX Designers – Karen N. Johnson
  • Guest Post: The Mother of All Testers  – Mike Lyles
Women testers, currently is a small group looking for volunteers to help review articles and translate articles written in another language. Those who are willing to help, can write to  editor@womentesters.com
Our group has worked with the community of testers to bring this learning to you.
Our next edition is themed “Problem Solving” and “Cognitive Skills”.
Authors willing to write on the same theme can share your articles to us.
Coordinator and Editor – Jyothi Rangaiah
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Hello Women Testers

#AwesomeWomenTesters

Welcome to the World of Women Software Testers.

Help us to prepare a list of women testers around the World. You can nominate yourself (if you are a woman software tester) and/or someone you know.

What we need –
1. Name of the woman tester
2. Twitter link
3. Anything about her (optional)

Go ahead, nominate and let us know about her by providing the details in the comment section of this post.

Thank you in advance.