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6th Annual Google Test Automation Conference 2011 (GTAC 2011)
"Cloudy With A Chance Of Tests"
Computer History Museum
Mountain View, CA USA
October 26-27, 2011
Opening Keynote: Test is Dead
Presented by Alberto Savoia
More on testing from google
Saturday, December 17, 2011
Over the last five years the supply of resources in the web slightly changed. Earlier there were only articles available. Therefore today I would spot the best knowlegde sharing form - webinars.
Here is a link to StickyMinds webseminars - higly recommend to find How Google Tests Software
Presented by: James Whittaker, Test Engineering Director, Google. Won't regret!
The material presented in webinar may be found in new book by three google co-authers: James A. Whittaker, Jason Arbon, Jeff Carollo
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
Reporting status on ISTQB advanced test analyst certificate: preparation in progress. Almost finishing reading the book, then will try another one.
Do not feel very exciting while digging into testing theory - in my current position I do not use a lot what I read about. Just taking care of my present and future as a tester. Would be nice to be certified.
On of the best sites found recently - softwaretestinggenius.com . Full site of pdf download, ISTQB sample questions. Sample exams could be the latest phase of preparation for me - after the Books.
Monday, June 13, 2011
Sometimes, as a user, I report bugs on various systems. Very seldom, ussually by support email. Today opened my google adsense account after a long break. Was surprised by new feature on the top right menu 'Report the issue'. As a tester, of course I tried it without sending the real issue to google. Wow! As my colleague said 'Respect'. Really nice and user friendly feature. A load for support people should be higher to review the screen images. On the whole, the time should be saved for questions / answers and time for getting 'what did they mean by this'. The images will give more info :) Really cool thing.