OK, so it’s been some 3 very busy weeks
Let’s start with the QA&Test conference in Bilbao, Spain.
One of the warmest conferences I’ve been as a presenter; in-spite of the rain and cold weather outside in the city, the sessions and the hallways were a great and warm place to meet fellow testers and exchange information and knowledge.
If you are up to the challenge and understand Spanish you are welcome to check this short interview they did of me (Mae, I was expecting you to cut the bad parts…)
In short, QA&Test is a truly recommended conference.
Then I got back to the office where we really turned up the heat on our development (& testing!) process in order to release PractiTest’s latest update that included the first version of our Jira integration. By popular demand (of a large number of our users!) this was the first integration we created.
So for all you Jira fans out there, come and get it!!!
The third update is that I am starting to get involved in a very interesting test automation project taking place on a company where Agile is not only their newest fad, but where they are really leveraging this philosophy in order to change the way they develop (and test!) software.
So, expect to read some stuff coming from that arena soon.
And finally the invitation.
I am honored to have being invited to provide a Mini-Track session on the upcoming Israel-SIGiST meeting taking place on November 24th.
The name of my session is “A bug is only a bug, right? Wrong!” and I promise to provide some food for thought around the things we do and some we don’t with one of the main outputs of our work as testers, our bugs.
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