At Belgium Testing Days this year, in Brussels, Adina, Ru and Maaret are organizing the Test Lab – a 2 day open space full of fun, interactive sessions based on hands-on testing. To see more about the program and what we are planning to test there, have a look at this page: http://btdconf.com/session/testlab-215/ This video should… read more
I’m making my debut in conference workshops this May, on the 27th, in Runö at Let’s Test. Here are some thoughts I’ve put together about the process of making this workshop and its purpose.
At TestBash this year, in beautiful Brighton, Ru and Maaret will hold a 2 hour workshop on Test Driven Development with Lego Robots. In this workshop, we’re practicing making our test ideas crisp and clear before implementation. As business owners, we have one Lego Mindstorms Robot, a great vision for a product with technical uncertainties… read more
One of the world’s most popular computer expos, CeBIT will be taking place between 16 and 20 March this year, in the traditional venue of the Hannover Exhibition Grounds. We have appointed Alex to swing by to see the latest IT trends and product innovations at CeBIT 2015. If you are also planning to attend… read more
If you are serious about software testing, then the BBST® course series is something you should definitely consider – it’s like no other course you’ll find available on the market!
Our Alexandra Casapu will be sharing her reflections on the heuristic nature of testing skills at Copenhagen Context 2015 on Friday, 27 February. Ale’s presentation, “Painting like an engineer – skills in testing”, draws on her actual testing experience to highlight the significance of skills in testing, and of the active acknowledgement of this fact…. read more
We are happy to announce that part of our team will be heading off to Barcelona at the beginning of March to participate in Mobile World Congress.
The other days I was reading a very interesting book “Lessons Learned in Software Testing: A Context-Driven Approach – by Cem Kaner, James Bach and Bret Pettichord”.
I sketched some lessons that I found very interesting, mainly from the first two chapters “The role of the tester” and “Thinking like a tester”. Enjoy!
I learned a lot of things this Citcon. For those who haven’t got the chance to be part of a Continuous Integration and Testing Conference, below’s a diagram illustrating how it works.
What would you expect from an internship?
Think about this question for one minute then continue reading and find out what our experience was. With this article we want to share with you the journey we went through to become interns and what happened after that.