We’re here to help increase your chances of being selected for one of our 2022 TestBashes.
We talked a bit about empathy and using a different perspective to review our abstracts. But nothing beats actual feedback from others. Sharing your abstracts with community members can help clarify details, dispel assumptions and perhaps raise questions that improve your initial idea.
It’s for those reasons we’ll be running an abstract review session tonight at 8:00 pm GMT. We’ll be inviting people to share their abstracts and get useful feedback. All so you can use it to improve your submission:
Alternatively, if you don’t feel comfortable sharing publicly, that’s fine. Why not find a trusted friend or colleague to give you some feedback. Or you can take advantage of our new Videoask platform and ask us a question.
For today’s activity, we want to encourage people to submit abstracts to share them with the community. So for this activity:
“Consider attending our Abstract Review session to share your work and get constructive feedback. Or ask us a question via Videoask.”
If you need extra help be sure to:
- Check out the Big Call For Papers events we’re running
- Sign up to the Ministry of Testing Slack group and join us on the call-for-papers channel
- Join us on the Club and share with us
And we’ll see how we can help.
- Mark, OpsBoss @ Ministry of Testing