The IT world is an ever changing one. Over the last years we have seen many new technologies arising on the market to change our way we use technology. Just to name smartphone devices, such as mobile phones and tablets. Along side with new technologies and trends, software developers, product managers as well as software tester must adapt to new trends in technology. They must learn new skills, patterns and approaches in order to keep up with the changes.
In one of my lasted videos on my YouTube channel, I took some time to check the market for new as well as established technologies and how they impact the software testing industry in 2022.
5 Software Testing Trends
In the video I am sharing my view of the 5 software testing trends for 2022. I don’t want to spoil too much, but just naming 2 of them in this blog post. The first trend that I see for 2022 is Internet of Things (IoT). You may ask yourself why, since this is not a new technology. Well, IoT is still on the rise and companies still catching up with new technology and how to interact with them. The second trend I see is No-Code or Low-Code technologies. They will have in impact on the software development industry, since they are offering a new way of creating software.
But let’s see what 2022 will bring to all of us, and this is enough as a spoiler to my video 😃. If you have some minutes, take a look at the video and let me know in the comments of the video what you think about the mentioned trends.
And one more thing, it would be really cool if you can share the video in your networks and to subscribe to my channel 🙏🏻..
If you are interested in the reason, why I created the YouTube channel, read more about it here.
Today, I want to share some exciting news with you. Over the last weeks and months I was thinking what to do next in the field of content creation for the software testing industry. I am a blogger since 2011, I am a book author since 2014 and I have published many articles around software testing on various blogs. Furthermore, I gave talks at different conferences and recorded some podcasts. However, writing is still one of my passions, but I want to try out something new. Therefore, I decided during the Christmas break, to take a next step and try out something new. I am going to start a YouTube channel about software testing 🎉.
This is exciting for me, because I never did some proper video recording and editing. I want to take this learning opportunity to grow my skill set and at the same time to share some information and knowledge with you, the testing community.
📺 YouTube Channel – Software Testing
So what is my channel all about? Software Testing. The idea is to share information and knowledge around different topics within software testing. I outlined some potential areas and topics to talk about, they are:
How to get started in testing
How to get a job in testing
Tools and automation in testing
The main goal for me with this YouTube channel is, that I want to talk freely about software testing, what I like about it (what I hate about it) and what I learned over the past +12 years in the industry. I want to share my knowledge with you and I hope the channel is of interest to you 😀.
You can find the channel here. It would be awesome if you subscribe to it and share the information with our community! I am already preparing the first videos to share them with you soon.
Here is the channel trailer video and what this channel is all about.
While I was on vacation, Richard Bradshaw (@FriendlyTester) had a problem. He was looking for relevant software testing videos e.g. on YouTube to learn something new. However, he always had two problems either the content was bad or just to long. He was looking for great, not so lengthy, software testing videos that explain a certain topic in a couple of minutes to extend his knowledge. The fact that nothing like this was out there on the Internet made him thinking about a solution. In his blog post, Richard mentioned that he was starting to outline and mind map ideas on how to solve the problem on his whiteboard. While drawing and writing on his whiteboard he had the idea to record the drawings and to upload them to an own YouTube channel called “Whiteboard Testing“.
In the first video of the Whiteboard Testing channel, Richard is explaining the idea behind it. The goal is to create a collection of short software testing videos not longer than 10 minutes from various people who want to share their software testing knowledge with others. Have a look at the introduction video: Read more
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