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Jyothi Rangaiah
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Pair Testing for all. Do's and don'ts in mind map format.

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Encouraging testers to share testing
In theory, agile development teams will work together with a cross-functional, collaborative approach to allow work to flow smoothly. In practice, I see many teams with a delivery output that is limited by the amount of work that their testers can get throu...

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Alan Page posed this question on Twitter a few days back: i.e. Do people think they can become experts in testing faster than they can achieve expertise in other professions? — Alan Page (@alanpage) August 4, 2017 As a recruiting manager, I spend a lot of…

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Dare to be the change you want to see
"Thank you for not having the steering group preparation meeting", he carefully said after the 1st steering group meeting after the holidays. I probably looked puzzled, as for me it was obvious and part of what I had signed up for. I wasn't about to turn in...

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In case you missed the July edition of WOMEN TESTERS.
Here is the download link http://www.womentesters.com/women-testers-july-2017-edition/

In this edition, we have brought to you an article by the multifaceted conference organizer “Maaret Pyhäjärvi” titled “Five Controversial Ideas to Increase Your Impact as a Tester”.

An aspiring UX Alchemist, industrious and a regular contributor to women tester magazine “Parimala Hariprasad” shares about “How to Improve Mobile Payment Forms”.

A poetic tester, the software specialist, who is terrific at testing “Vivien Ibironke Ibiyemi” writes about “The Tester’s life!”. We are in for a treat, read on.

“Anne-Marie Charrett” defined by dynamism shares her perspective on when to stop and to be respectful about the stop criterion’s in the article titled “Finishing Exploring”.

“Dhanasekar S” writes a guest post, wise words for testers from a test practitioner in this article “Seven Wisdom From A Software Tester”.

We look forward to you reading and sharing this edition which also features a special editorial written by Paul Seaman who is the co-founder of EPIC Testability Academy (ETA). ETA teaches people with autism the basics of software testing. Saluté Paul Seaman and Lee Hawkins.

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