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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 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

WomenTesters – Frequently Asked Questions

FAQs – Frequently Asked Questions

1) The article is published elsewhere / on my blog. Can I re-share?
A) The decision to publish such articles will dwell with the editor and the author of the article.

2) I am not a woman, can I submit an article to women testers?
A) Yes. We have a guest post section. We will publish your articles there.

3) This is a quarterly e-magazine. What if a submission to the guest post is already made, will you publish the write-up?
A) Yes. We will accomodate based on the article length, relevance and based on the status-quo.

4) I am a naive software tester, can I submit an article to women testers?
A) Yes. Please ensure that the article is reviewed prior to submission.

5) I am new o software testing, can I submit my questions to women testers?
A) Yes. Do write to info@womentesters.com We will get the mentors in the industry to answer your question.

6) Where can I find the launch edition of this e-magazine?
A) Download your free copy of the launch edition here –> http://www.womentesters.com/women-testers-july-2014-edition/

7) What are the guidelines for submitting an article to women testers?
A) Follow this link http://www.womentesters.com/womentesters-guidelines-article-submission/

8) I wish to volunteer for the magazine, whom do I contact?
A) Like / Follow us on twitter and on Facebook and leave a message.
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9) Why women testers?
A) All questions related to this question is answered in the editorial of the launch edition. A link to the launch edition is provided as an answer to question #6.

10) I am not a woman, can I volunteer / contribute / be a part of the review panel?
A) Yes.

11) I have questions, that are not answered here, whom do I get in touch with?
A) Please write to: info@womentesters.com

12) What is the format in which images / photos needs to be shared in?
A) jpg and png are the formats in which images used in the articles and photos can be shared in. Do provide the credits / courtesy when sharing the images used in the article.