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Yes, we did it! CASTx17, our first ever conference in Australia

On March 2, 2017, in Events, General, Newsletter, by IAegerter
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“I would like to acknowledge the Gadigal of the Eora Nation, the traditional custodians of this land and pay my respects to the Elders both past and present.” As a sign of respect, every public event in Australia starts with acknowledging the native population. That’s what we did, too, and I find it a beautiful […]

March Webinar: The Evolving Testing Role in Agile with Kate Falanga

On March 1, 2017, in Events, News, Newsletter, Webinar, by Anna Royzman
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Join AST’s next webinar on March 9th 12 PM EST (5 PM GMT), when Kate Falanga (@squidish_QA) will talk about  The Evolving Testing Role in Agile. It has been said that the only constant is change. Many organizations are either already using a form of Agile, or attempting to transition to a form of Agile. This transition […]

CASTx17 Early Bird Tickets Ending Soon

On January 6, 2017, in Events, General, News, Newsletter, by alemoreira
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AST’s first conference outside of North America is just around the corner. CASTx17 is coming to Sydney February 20-21. We are very excited with CASTx17’s program and wanted to send a special thank you to our rockstar Program Committee: Anne-Marie Charrett (chair), Fiona Charles, Sigge Birgisson and Craig Smith. Check out the amazing program they put […]

AST Board Meeting Recap

On November 13, 2016, in Events, General, News, Newsletter, by eproegler
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On October 15/16, the 2017 AST Board was sat, and their first full board meeting occurred. Robert Sabourin and Anna Royzman are the new board members this term. In this post, I wanted to talk about some of the subjects and themes that were touched on during the meeting, with some background for context. I also […]

AST Members’ Slack

On November 13, 2016, in #engagedmembership, General, News, Newsletter, by eproegler
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We recently thought: How about making it really easy for our members to communicate to each other and exchange ideas on testing? That’s why we opened an AST Member Slack instance for you to join. You will encounter many like-minded people who are eager to share their stories, chat about past events, and cheer on […]

Support Academic Research in Software Testing via Online Survey

On November 13, 2016, in #engagedmembership, News, Newsletter, by eproegler
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Student Member Emmanuel Ayaburi is surveying testers on information sharing for doctoral research. Emmanuel’s request is below.  Do you have 15-20 minutes you could contribute?   I am writing to you to request the participation of members of the Association for Software Testing in a brief survey. The responses of members to this survey will help us evaluate […]

AST Member Slack Now Open

On November 6, 2016, in #engagedmembership, News, Newsletter, by eproegler
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We recently thought: How about making it really easy for our members to communicate to each other and exchange ideas on testing? That’s why we opened an AST Member Slack for you to join. You will encounter many like-minded people who are eager to share their stories, chat about past events, and cheer on future […]

This is not goodbye

On October 1, 2016, in Articles, General, News, Newsletter, by erikdavis
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Well that isn’t what I expected to happen… If you were paying attention to the AST board of directors election which took place during CAST 2016 in Vancouver, you likely noticed I was not re-elected to the board. Even though I am no longer on the board, as of this October, this is not a […]

CAST 2016 Recap

On October 1, 2016, in Articles, CAST 2016, News, Newsletter, by eproegler
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CAST 2016 by the numbers: 3 days 5 Tutorials 3 Keynote Speakers, 2 posted online 1 pre-conference TestRetreat 3 Lean Coffees 1 beer tour 10 Lightning talks 23 Track Sessions, 7 posted on our YouTube Channel 3 CAST live interviews An unknown number of games on game night Countless Twitter posts and an immeasurable amount […]

DeepSpec Workshop Review

On July 14, 2016, in Articles, CSPP, Events, General, News, Newsletter, by jrohrman
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In January, I read a few press releases describing a NSF grant (the same group that originally funded development of our BBST class series) describing a research project running between four universities — Princeton, Yale, MIT, and the University of Pennsylvania. The news claimed the DeepSpec research project will open the doors to the possibility of completely bug […]

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