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MCE Conference

MCE Conference – Get Your Discount

MCE Conference – One of the leading tech events connecting designers, developers, testers, managers and influencers is happening on June 5-6, 2018 in Warsaw, Poland! The leading theme of the 5th edition is #redefiningtech!
Plan your stay in Warsaw and enjoy:
  • 2 tracks of talks (engineering & design)
  • The hottest tech themes like: chatbots, AI, mixed realities, cross-platform development, VR & AR, digital bubbles, autonomous cars and much more!
  • Meeting the speakers (among them: Fernando Cejas from IBM,  Tom Greever, the author of bestseller   Articulating Design Decisions , Mike Alger from Google, Dave Hoffer from Mc Kinsey, Jasson Schrock from BCG Digital Ventures, Antonio Gulli from Google, Tamar Nachmany from Tumblr and more!)
  • After party with all the attendees and speakers
  • Networking games and great coffee
  • Beautiful Warsaw in spring!
Regular tickets are on sale until May 7th! The price is EUR 285 but here’s the special promo code Adventures in QA readers with 10% discount: MCE_2018_QA
Go to https://2018.mceconf.com/ and grab your ticket!

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Reading Recommendations

Reading Recommendations # 93

The 93 issue of my reading recommendations contains 7 very interesting blog posts. The topics of this issue are “How to Apply UI Test Automation in React Native Apps?”, “The Practical Test Pyramid”, “How do you decide what to automate?”, “About Conference Moberators and Beneficial Mobs”, “MORE AGILE TESTING > TEST AUTOMATION”, “Test coverage’s hidden meaning…” and “Counting test cases”.

Enjoy reading the posts and send me new ones that are worth reading and I will mention you and link to your social links or blog.

Reading Recommendations - How to Apply UI Test Automation in React Native Apps?How to Apply UI Test Automation in React Native Apps?

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Reading Recommendations

Reading Recommendations # 92

Oh my god, it’s already February and I haven’t posted my reading recommendations in a while. Sorry for that, but there were other stuff to do ;). However, here is the 92 issue of my reading recommendations containing 5 very interesting blog posts and the latest podcast episode with Richard Bradshaw from Tester’s Island Discs. The topics of this issue are “2 Years in Testing: Then and Now”, “MORE AGILE TESTING > TESTING BUSINESS VALUE”, “A stability strategy for test automation”, “Mapping Biases to Testing: An Inconvenient Truth” and “Kukumber — Getting started with Cucumber in Kotlin”.

Enjoy reading the posts and send me new ones that are worth reading and I will mention you and link to your social links or blog.

Reading Recommendations - 2 Years in Testing: Then and Now2 Years in Testing: Then and Now | Cassandra HL Last year, I wrote about my experiences after one year in testing. I’ve decided to try and make it a bit of a tradition, so I can give people a bit of insight into my experiences and how things are changing, but mostly for myself so I can look back on my own challenges and development as I gain more experience as a professional tester.

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Nordic Testing Days 2018 - Adventures in QA

Talking at Nordic Testing Days

Maybe you have seen the program of the Nordic Testing Days 2018 already. And yes, I made it to the program like last year and I am looking forward to travel to Tallinn in June to meet the testing community over there.

My topic this year is “10 Mobile App Testing Mistakes to Avoid” and this is the abstract and the key takeaways:

In this talk I will share 10 common mobile app testing mistakes and how to avoid them. I will share my knowledge in the field of mobile testing and will present practical examples about the mobile testing mistakes that I have seen in the past 9 years while working with different mobile teams across several mobile apps. The content of the talk will cover topics from manual and automated mobile testing, mobile guidelines, mobile testing techniques and how to release a mobile app without making the customer unhappy.

Key takeaways:

Each of the 10 mistakes will help the audience to not make the mistakes I have seen in the past and to improve their mobile testing.

  1. Avoid easy and common mobile testing mistakes.

  2. A list of testing ideas to build up a powerful mobile testing strategy.

  3. Useful resources to get your mobile testing started.

Link to my talk can be found here.

If you still not sure if you should attend Nordic Testing Days this year, take a look at my last year summary. Maybe after you have read it, you are more convinced :).

Hope to see you all in Tallinn in June!


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State of Testing Survey - Supported by Adventures in QA

State of Testing Survey 2018

If you are a frequent reader of my blog, you know that I am supporting the State of Testing survey. It’s already the 5th year that the QA Intelligence Blog in collaboration with TeaTime with Testers is conducting this survey. And it’s time again to answer some questions about the state of testing for 2018. The survey takes only 10 mins and you can share your personal insights with the rest of the world. In 2017 more than 1,500 testers from around the world participated in the survey and provided a really nice overview of the current state of the industry.

If you don’t know the state of testing survey, here is a short description from the survey website:

What is the State of Testing?

The State of Testing™ seeks to identify the existing characteristics, practices, and challenges facing the testing community in hopes to shed light and provoke a fruitful discussion towards improvement.
The final report is translated into several languages and shared globally, further expanding the reach and impact this report has on all of us in the QA world.
This is the 5th year that the QA Intelligence Blog is running this survey in collaboration with TeaTime with Testers, and with your help,  it can be bigger and more comprehensive than in previous years.
Each year the amount of participants has increased, and the final reports become even more valuable as a culminated reflection of testing trends, challenges, and characteristics.

See the results from the previous State of Testing surveys

So take a cup of tea or coffee and fill out the survey here.

Once the survey results are available I will inform you here as well.