Exploratory Testing Tips from Tasting Let’s Test

The following are some tips from the Atlassian Team after the exploratory testing session held at Tasting Let’s Test. Thanks to Penny, Mark and the Atlassian team for a great session. Don’t Trust the Documentation By definition, you can do exploratory testing without any scripted test cases to follow. You can also do it without […]

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Tasting Let's Test Competition

Let’s Test is happy to announce a great competition for Tasting Let’s Test conference, happening in Sydney Australia, 5th of August 2013. One of the first thirty delegates to register and pay* for Tasting Let’s Test will be randomly selected to receive a ticket** to Let’s Test Oz, happening in 2014 on the Gold Coast […]

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Informal Application Security Testing Session

The incredibly awesome Bill Matthews will host this evening session. Bring your laptop! We’d start with a quick discussion on the differences between application security testing and traditional view of penetration testing then move on modelling threats as a means to generate test ideas (as a mind map) against specific parts of a target application. […]

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Let’s Testlab update

We are getting ever closer to the Let’s Test conference. Usually we are protective of what you are going to expect to test in the testlab, we will continue to be that to some extent. One thing we will share is that we will be testing at least two applications, namely XBMC (http://xbmc.org) and Mumble […]

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LeTs WET Peer Conference

As conference warmup Simon Morley and Jean-Paul Varwijk are delighted to organize a peer conference the Sunday before Let’s Test (19 May 2013). The LeTs WET Peer Conference will have a closed and an open session and will be held in the tradition of the LEWT and DEWT peer conferences with the following format. Closed Session Each experience report starts with a 15 […]

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