I'm now a MoT course instructor! Woohoo!

Some exciting news from my side! I am now officially a course instructor at Ministry Of Testing! Woohoo!

You can pre-register for my course now!::

Can’t be more happy that it’s online today on @friendlytester’s birthday!

Many thanks to @mwinteringham and @sarah1 for their unending support for this course’s development!

Please do register for the course, and enjoy!

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1 - How many pairwise examples will it have?
2 - How many student exercises will it have?
3 - Are the examples and exercises based on an app or just small code snippets?

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Hi Dave,

Thanks for asking.

The course has 1 thoroughly worked out example to illustrate the method, as well as 1 large and 1 medium sized app. examples as exercises. There are multiple activities too, in each lesson, to check the learner’s understanding of the concepts.

Hope that answers your question. Please let me know if you need more information.

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Thanks. As an aside, it would be nice to know how one can find more examples to practice even more pairwise testing on their own. It could be added as a text note at the end of the course.

Example - If you want to practice even more on your own, then you can do it on open source libraries or some public apis. In my experience, these have lots of opportunities to apply this knowledge. Heck, you might even find some bugs in an OSS library and get bragging rights :slight_smile:

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Great point! I am personally a big fan of testing and practicing with open source! Let’s see how this point could be included in the discussions at The Club and highlighted.

Thanks for the suggestion!