July 1, 2014 · 5:30 PM
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A tester's role when providing bug reports is to help stakeholders to make wise decisions about which bugs to fix.
Do your bug reports have the right information? Are they persuasive, high quality and well-written? Do you consider the interests and concerns of your audience?
In this session Nicola will show us how to do a good job of performing this all-important testing task.
Limited to the first 22 participants only. Testers of all experience levels welcome.
What time does it finish?
Doors open from 5.30pm. We start promptly at 5.45pm and end at 8pm, with a break for pizza during the session.
How do I attend?
RSVP for the event. Numbers are limited but add yourself to the waiting list and if a space become available you'll be given a spot. (The wait list is cleared in the order in the order added).
This workshop is free of charge thanks to sponsorship from Assurity and includes pizza, beer and non-alcoholic beverages.