Exciting program update for Let’s Test 2017

Friends! We’re happy to announce that one of the original originators of the Let’s Test conference, Henrik Emilsson, will give a tutorial at Let’s Test 2017! Henrik will help you to get hands-on with testing from a quality characteristics perspective and let you practice how to assure that your testing really is aligned with your […]

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Announcing the program for Let’s Test 2017!

We’re happy and proud to announce the program for Let’s Test 2017! The theme for this year is “Get your hands dirty!” which means we’ll be going back to our Let’s Test roots and do actual testing! All sessions will have a high proportion of hands-on content that will let participants sit down and test […]

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Co-Author a Book on Testing

by Leo Hepis This just in: We discovered we’re missing your perspectives and insights. The testing community doesn’t yet have your words, your stories, your pain-points, your triumphs, your aspirations, your clever solutions. Without your input, our collective intelligence is fragmented. We need your narratives, your expositions, your diagrams, your sketchnotes, your poetry even! We […]

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Achievement in the Crowd

by Ben Segebartt In the story of the Tower of Babel, man forced God’s hand by working together to build a tower so tall it could reach the heavens. The legend says this is when God created the different languages, to prevent an achievement of this scale from ever taking place again. Today, not only […]

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Content Before Grammar

By Leo Hepis Let’s Test South Africa recently emailed out the first installment of a series of short articles about Crowd-Sourcing Wisdom: As we Write the Book on Testing, our upcoming keynote at Let’s Test South Africa 2016. When the copy reached my mailbox, I re-read my own article… in horror! Though the text read […]

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Writing-Thinking-Speaking

by Leo Hepis What if through writing we honed our ability to uncover our true beliefs — about test methodology, about management, about Agile, about politics, about charity, about religion, about past pains we endured as well as future possibilities? Not that writing would invent patterns or create novel beliefs, though creating is indeed one […]

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Let’s Test 2016 schedule has been updated

Hi Folks! We’ve published some changes to the Let’s Test 2016 program over the past few days. A couple of sessions have gotten new titles that better describe their contents, and there have also been a few new additions. Unfortunately we’ve also had to cancel two planned sessions where speakers have been forced to cancel […]

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