I entered a competetion to win a ticket to EuroSTAR 2013. It features smiles, a roar, lots of testers with a stealth ninja type song I’d like to go, so please consider voting for me
I’m a tester. I run websites aimed at testers. Strangely testers seem to get this weird pleasure reporting bugs to me. I won’t tell you of all the bugs that I know exist, but I can tell you of one. The one that made me laugh at first then wonder how we were going to fix [...]
In my last blog post I promised to take some photos during ‘TestBash’ week in a self potrait and relaxed style. Here are the results:
In the testing community, sometimes I feel like we all don’t know what we all look like. Is it important? Maybe or maybe not, either way I think we could have a bit of fun along the way whilst getting to know each other a bit better. So next week, when I meet and speak [...]
Thank you Justin.
I enjoyed watching this. In a nutshell – have a purpose! The video talks about it in the context of business, but am sure this could apply to many aspects of ‘life’.
It dawned on me the other day that I don’t do meetings, yeah like doh, it doesn’t take a genius to figure that out! As a virtual team, instead of meetings we have conversations, (skype) chats, Yammer conversations, emails and telephone calls (normally just for customer enquiries). The more I thought about it the more [...]
I have 3 kids. And lets face it, it’s hard to get out meeting people sometimes. I’ve long wanted to do some kind of networking/meetup that welcomed kids. It seems that the time has come for testers of the world/UK With TestBash happening in March I became aware that a few of the attendees were [...]
I find myself learning. Constantly. These days it’s more about running businesses, startups, (lean) marketing and growth hacking than testing. To be honest, all my energy for testing related content goes on The Testing Planet and/or Ministry of Testing. I’ve kind of being keep of track of things for myself, but not consistently enough. Sometimes [...]
You don’t launch a popular blog, you build one. – Seth Godin This resonates with me. Because it applies to most things in life. You don’t launch a popular community, you build one. You don’t launch a successful career, you build one. You don’t launch a successful startup, you build one. You get the picture. [...]
I'm Rosie Sherry. I currently spend my time working on building up community and products for the software testing industry.
This includes running the Software Testing Club, a community of software testers. Producing The Testing Planet, bring awesome-ness content to software testers. The Ministry of Testing - software testingevents and learning opportunities. And last, but not least, creating a community of freelance software testers over at Test Ninjas.
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