Tue30Oct20186:00 pmDisplayLink, 140 Cambridge Science Park Rd, CB4 0GF, Cambridge
Technical testing encompasses lots of different techniques, so instead of the usual exercises and discussions, we will be hosting a Technical Testing circus! Our circus will involve Mentors hosting 'stands' demonstrating different Technical testing techniques all at the same time! Students will have the evening to move from stand to stand and get involved in lots of fun exercises and games to learn what it means to be a technical tester.
If you would like to host a stand at the Circus, please let us know via the RSVP and/or contact Karo (@karostol) or Mark (@markbunce) on twitter
Thu08Nov20186:30 pmEqual Experts, 30 Brock St, London NW1 3FG, London
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Come join us this November to chat more about how to testing requirements and we will even have a mystery guest host as Dan will be away giving a fantastic talk at TestBash SF this week!
By the end of the session students will be able to:
* Describe what requirements testing is
* Discuss why requirements testing is important and how to can execute it
* Apply techniques to question requirements
* Evaluate the pros and cons of waterfall and agile approaches
Before the session
Students will be recommended to view the following videos:
+ Users stories – https://dojo.ministryoftesting.com/lessons/99-second-introduction-to-user-stories
+ Acceptance Criteria – https://dojo.ministryoftesting.com/lessons/99-second-introduction-to-acceptance-criteria
+ Requirements and specifications – https://dojo.ministryoftesting.com/lessons/99-second-introduction-to-requirements-specifications
+ Diagrams – https://dojo.ministryoftesting.com/lessons/99-second-introduction-to-diagrams
Note, as usual our very friendly and gracious hosts EE will be providing us food and drink for the night. If you have any dietary restrictions please let us know.
Wed21Nov20186:00 pmPlatf9rm, Tower Point, 44 North Road, Floor 6, Brighton
Its Automation Time!
This session we are going to cover:
- Describing what automation is within the context of software testing
- Breaking down an application to discover automation opportunities
- Describing the different characteristics of automated checks
- Choosing specific tools for specific problems that can contribute to a successful automation strategy
If you are unsure what this session is going to be about, this video should give you a nice taster for the rest of the evening:
Arrive from 6pm
The session kicks off at 6:30 with a break for food around 45 minutes-1 hour in to the session.
We will finish just before 9pm.
Software testing Clinic is a safe place for students and mentors to learn about software testing.
This session is kindly sponsored By Legal and General and venue is provided by Platf9rm.