It probably has not gone unnoticed that I am posting less frequently than usual. There’s a few reasons for that, and one of them is that I am trying to get all of my ideas down for the education modules that we will be preparing for Summer QAmp. I had initially planned on writing everything out, and posting it, and then massaging it down to a useable format. The past several days have taught me that that is going to take a long time, and it will give a very limited amount of time for feedback and review from others.
Because of this, I’ve decided to take a different approach, and I hope that you all will join me. We are discussing the elements that we want to present in the education materials over on the Association for Software Testing’s EdSIG forum. At the moment, you have to be a member of AST to post in the forums, but we may well change that for this initiative, so as to get as many of the interested contributors as possible to be able to post.
In the meantime, though, the forum is open for reading to anyone who wants to participate, and if you would like to have your ideas included, please reply and let me know your interest and areas you would like to contribute.
Additionally, if you would prefer to communicate with me via email, you are welcome to send a message to me directly at mkltesthead (at) gmail (dot) com.