September 8, 2015 at 4:45 pm #9271Only available when logged in
As you know we at TEST Huddle like to chat about software testing a lot.
Sometimes though It can be nice to talk about aspects of testing with other testers rather than typing about it in a forum!
So with that in mind, we here at TEST Huddle have established the new “Let’s Talk About” series. The series will be a monthly event which will explore a different aspect of testing each month.
The sessions will be hosted through Google Hangout. The reason for this is that anyone will be able to join the discussion. The Hangout session is designed more as a open discussion with two experienced members of the community leading the talk but with enough room for everyone to take part.
The first session on Thursday 10th September at 2pm (BST) will feature Richard Bradshaw and Kristoffer Nordstrom and is a chat about context-driven testing. The discussion will focus on:
– History of context-driven testing
– When and where context-driven testing is appropriate
– Richard and Kristoffer’s personal experiences.
If you are interested in the topic, you can join here
The discussion will be available to stream below.
<iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ src=”//www.youtube.com/embed/MWah4P0LQbg” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe>September 10, 2015 at 9:06 am #9283Only available when logged in
If you you have any thoughts before the discussion starts, you are welcome to share them here and we will feature them in the discussion.September 10, 2015 at 2:20 pm #9293@daraghmOnly available when logged in
I’m looking forward to this 🙂September 10, 2015 at 3:00 pm #9294@testerfromleicOnly available when logged in
I’m not sure it is fair to expect people to work outside of work all the time. People have commitments outside of the office that may prevent people from doing that.
What is more important is for organisations to create space for people to grow AT WORK! (that is for you managers).
If people then don’t want to take advantage of that, that’s another issue.September 11, 2015 at 8:29 am #9301Only available when logged in
Good point Vernon. Though sometimes it can be hard for companies to see the benefits of allowing workers to take courses, research best practise at work. It can be a matter of convincing them.
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