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This is it, the final instalment of the first series of the Software Testing Clinic in Cambridge!
We have taken a journey around the world of software testing from our initial discussions on what testing is, discovering the wonders of exploratory testing, the importance of communication and telling the testing story, testing of requirements themselves and delving in automated testing and technical techniques.
It was a fantastic journey and to finish it off we have a special session for our students in the form of a 'Ask us Anything' session.
In this session, you can ask the hosts and a group of mentors anything that we haven't covered that you want to, recap topics from previous sessions or generally just have a discussion about testing. So come join us for a session where the agenda is in your hands.
Mentors, please ensure you indicate that you are coming as a mentor via the RSVP questionnaire.
Arrive from 6pm - the session kicks off at 6:30 with a break for food around 45 minutes-1 hour in to the session.
We will finish just before 9pm.
DisplayLink are very generously hosting the session of the Software Testing Clinic Cambridge, as well as providing food and drinks.
==What is Software Testing Clinic?==
The Software Testing Clinic is a safe environment for anybody who wants
to learn about software testing and enhance their testing skills. SWTC
offers monthly evening sessions for anybody interested in the testing
craft; they are run in an interactive way using whiteboard sessions,
hands-on exercises and discussions with the whole group as well as in
sub teams to deepen our understanding of software testing. You are led
through the evening by a team of hosts, supported by more experienced
testers who can use and enhance their mentoring skills.
* Parking: There is parking on site at DisplayLink which you can make use of
* Cycles: similarly cycle racks are available for use on site
* There will be signs on the doors leading your way to the Meetup.