In no particular order, some resources mentioned in tonights AMA:
So, I read a thing recently about a Test Pyramid. It was quite long and irrelevant to my situation. I got bored and overwhelmed.
This is not to say that ‘that’ Test Pyramid was useful to someone in their software testing context, but to me it wasn’t.
But it gave me an idea for my own Test Pyramid.
It also made me wonder what other Test Pyramid things are out there. Here are some I’ve found, I’m sure there are a ton that I’m missing…
I’d also love to see more…
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In a different format to normal, at the technical testing SWTC session this week in London the mentors ran sessions on different topics in a circus.
based on the software testing clinic from last night, here are some resources on accessibility testing:
Improving accessibility actually improves the experience for all users, not just those with disabilities. If you can’t read some text easily, it’s likely people with visual impairments are struggling even more so.
• Disabilities can affect visi…
Does anyone have a good resource for learning accessibility testing? I’m interested in adding it to my skill set and would love to know if there’s a resource that someone found valuable.
The second AMA shout out for this one:
Someone recently asked on the Ministry of Testing Slack:
does anyone have any recommended resources for risk-based testing?
@berenvd kindly shared this blog post from @marcel about using TestSphere to map risks.
When I searched the Dojo for “risk”, “Risk Based Testing Because You Can’t Do EVERYTHING” by @jennydoesthings at TestBash Philly is the top hit
Followed by “How to Identify Risk in a Large Code Base” with @ns1
We also have a Club post following on from a TestChat about ide…
I’ve surely missed some, please do add to this