I made my first open source contribution thanks to Marit van Dijk. She helped me get set up with the Cucumber.io repository, getting Docker running locally so I could run the app. She helped me configure IntellJ Idea to work with it. (I’d used it before, but not on my own laptop). I contributed some […]
We frequently teach the Holistic Testing: Strategies for Agile Teams course, developed by Janet Gregory and myself, in-house at companies, for their internal teams. Lately, we’ve had some queries about the availability of a public course in North America. I am happy to announce that I will co-facilitate a remote class with another of our trainers, […]
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I just got back from Targeting Quality 2022, a lovely conference put on by KWSQA in Cambridge, Ontario. This was a great opportunity for me, because the early bird ticket was affordable, and I can drive there! Yes, it takes eight hours, and across the border. I’m from the West, so that’s no distance at […]
A couple of webinars coming up next week! I’m doing a webinar with Jenna Charlton on how teams can use visual models to create an effective automation strategy on September 22 with Functionize, it’s free, please join us! Janet Gregory and I are doing an Ask Us Anything with the Test Chat community on September […]
I’m happy to see more people talking about job ads for testers with arbitrary requirements like “3 years experience”. In the last several years, I have met many testing and quality professionals who, with only one or two years in the profession, are sharing their valuable insights in conference talks, blogs and other media. Your […]