In the rush to get The Software Testing Club magazine live, I realised I neglected to blog about it. If you haven’t seen it, check it out. It’s been a great experience working closely with Rob Lambert, Phil Kirkham and Joel Montvelisky. Plus of course all the people that contributed content meant that we had
“13 of the World’s Top Women Testers Share Unique Insights Into the Profession” is the main feature of the STP magazine. I’ve been listed as one of them and wrote an article called “Use the Social Web to Build Your Career Brand”. You can download it for free (but you do have to register).
Rob Lambert, wee Rosie and The Software Testing Club put together a free ebook called Tester Types. It is a fun and light read looking at different tester characteristics. Download it. Share it. Show it to your boss 🙂
Mostly just for my own references, there is an interview of me and the Software Testing Club. Thanks to Mike Kelly 🙂
So, a penny for your thoughts. What’s the first thing that pops into your mind when I say ‘Software Testing’? I’m interested in hearing from Testers as well as non-testers….
A couple of years ago I started the Software Testing Club. It is a lovely community at the moment. It has truly blossomed into something special and unique. A real community of practice for software testers, me thinks. The dilemma I faced after a couple years of running it and 3,500 members later was –
Came across this today. The Mysterious Unnamed Twitter person – how mysterious!