Call for Content - Testing tip videos for TestBash Home

Type: Video

What we are looking for:

To help share the community love we’re going to be running short ‘testing tips’ videos throughout TestBash Home and we need your help to create them.

We’re looking for people to send us short videos that are roughly 10 minutes in length sharing a testing tip for the community. This could be about anything testing related for example:

  • A tool you use
  • An approach to testing
  • A hack to make you more productive, etc.

It can be whatever you like! To help get the creative ideas flowing, I’ve created a short example of my own that you can watch below.

Payment:
If your video is accepted for TestBash Home we will pay you £50

Conditions:

We are not accepting agency work, promotional material or sponsored videos of any kind. This must be something created by the community. Please contact us at hello@ministryoftesting.com if you would like to get involved as a sponsor.

Deadline for submitting your video: 28th May

How to submit:
To submit your video, either:

  1. Upload your video to wistia at: TestBash Shorts - dojo and leave a comment below telling us about your video
  2. Email a link to your video and details about you and your video to mark@ministryoftesting.com
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A quick tip on how to emulate location and language in the Browser

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I’ve got 2 ideas for videos that I’d like to have a go at creating.

  1. Notetaking tips for conferences.
  • This will include Sketchnoting plus tips for taking rough notes while watching a talk and reviewing notes after a conference.
  1. How to setup a UI Automated Test using Specflow.
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2 ideas here as well, both around micro-automations I use in my daily workflow to become more productive

  1. My favorite tools (windows/mac) for opening, visiting, searching web pages
  2. My favorite tools (windows/mac) that I use to interact with websites/applications in way that frees up brain power, and speeds up my testing.
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I found a tool a while ago which maybe is not well known. It is Wave and I will make a video how this Chrome extension can help with accesibility testing

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