Have you published a personal testing-related blog post in January 2023?
Feel free to reply to this topic with a link and a brief description of what someone might learn/discover by reading it.
I’ll endeavour to post this topic every two weeks to keep things fresh.
Let’s celebrate our efforts to write and share with the testing community.
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I have made two blog posts.
One about work life balance since recently I have had a baby.
The other was about starting up A11Y
With @andreajensen, we wrote a blog post about our AgileTD workshop “Discover your explorer soul” where we answered the questions we had from participants and shared our experience.
I have published two personal testing blog posts so far in January :
I have been writing small atomic essays and posting it everyday all about testing topics. I have been sharing these on twitter everyday.
wow keep it up great challenge post everyday
Wow @parveen - that is impressive, keep on with that
I wrote a tutorial about implementing the Page Object pattern in Selenium for Java:
I’ve recently published a new blog post in my “general” strand. It came about because my company was recently taken over by a larger group, and we’ve been asked to complete their self-assessment review forms and in particular update our professional histories. As I’m now approaching retirement, this turned into something of a retrospective for me. As I’m reading the biography of Terry Pratchett right now, I began to see similarities in the trajectories of our lives and careers (though I accept I shall never be as successful as Terry Pratchett!).
It’s a bit of a long read, but I’ve been able to draw some conclusions from it.
A Time of Changes – 2 | Steer for the deep waters only (wordpress.com)
I just want to share a blogpost which I created out of a LinkedIn posting (with credits to the author) and hope to broaden (also mine) your mind for github repos regarding software testing
It’s taken me a while to get this one together. I primarily write for my own sake, but spent time thinking about how to make it useful for other people. I tried to make the “intent of the work” consumable by someone who doesn’t have detailed docker knowledge. Feedback more than welcome!
Does anyone have an easy definition of what Quality should be this days? I try to definite in this article by taking into consideration the Quality Assistance approach.
My January blog post in on using test and quality to build tech we can trust: Can We Build Tech We Can Trust? – She Codes the Cosmos