I have been a tester since 2017, working as a consultant on different assignments. My particular interests are working in agile teams and ethics in testing. I’ve always been an eager public speaker. This year I did my first talk at a test conference and I absolutely loved it. My background is in linguistics and education – before becoming a tester I studied historical linguistics and I worked in education for a few years before turning to IT.
In the summer of 2019, the London Metropolitan Police’s twitter account was hacked. Whilst control of the account was soon recovered, Police were at a loss to find the culprits. However, there were over 5 million people in the UK who could have provided crucial keys to solving the crime, if only they had been […]
The best ideas emerge while talking with friends and colleagues, exchanging opinions, sharing life experiences and so on. That’s why it’s important to find a community related to your passions and start networking. Our guests will share their experiences with testing communities. The pros and cons plus some tips and tricks on how to grow […]