The Ministry of Testing exists to advance the software testing industry in a fun, safe, professional and forward thinking way.
Our meetups exist as a way to bring people together to talk and learn about good and authentic testing. We encourage everyone who is interested in making better software products to come along and participate.
Confinement has forced us to work from home, but how do you manage your time so that you don’t feel that you live at work or that you’ve brought your home to the office?
In this #testersvirtualcoffee, the Sfax, Salta, and Barcelona communities joined forces to plan the first “Three continents’ ” coffee session!
We would like to discuss what we’re doing to make the best out of this situation and to share tips and tricks so that our days are more productive.
Please join us and share your working from home life hacks with us!
Communities: #MoTSfax (Tunisia) #MoTSalta (Argentina) #MoTBarcelona (Spain)
Please register here https://www.crowdcast.io/e/testers-virtual-coffee/register
**NEWSFLASH** We have a sponsor! Thank you InnoIT for believing in us!
If you'd like to learn more about InnoIT, please visit their website: https://www.inno-it.es/
++++ This event is organized by the Ministry of Testing communities of Barcelona, Madrid, and Valencia++++
Who said a team should have Developers on one side and QAs in the other? Developers and QAs can work together as a pair in strong collaboration at all levels.
In this talk, Daniel Mondria will outline the approach he's followed to accomplish this in the teams he's worked with. He’ll walk us through 3 different phases he's followed to help us understand how to reach this goal. While doing so he’ll enumerate the advantages we’ll get out of it.
* Get rid of old fears and assumptions: DEVs and QAs can pair in strong collaboration.
* Every team can go through the 3 phases Daniel proposes to have DEV+QA as a common pair.
* A DEV+QA pair will help each other increase their coding and testing skills.
A big shout-out to our sponsors Amaris Consulting and Thoughtworks for making this meetup possible!