Software Testing Trends 2016

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Published on May 12, 2016 by Lalit Bhamare

Being a professional tester is not a goal but a continuous journey.

If you are a professional tester you are probably naturally curious, and if you enjoy your job then you probably make an effort to learn more, improve and progress.

This won’t be the first blog post where I advocate the importance of continuous learning and the advantages of expanding your professional knowledge. The testing field is very dynamic, and it’s important to try and stay on top of the trends shaping your day-to-day work as well as you future career.

download surveyIn the recently published “2016 State of Testing Report” we saw that 68% of participants declared their training as ‘Self-taught’ (books, magazines, Internet, etc).

Indeed great blogs, testing magazines, forums and Twitter accounts to follow are only a quick google search away.

But since you are here at the moment, we would like you to watch this webinar replay:

“2016 State of Testing Discussion: How will your job change in the coming years”

Following the 2016 State of Testing Report, keep-up your ‘Self-education’ efforts!  Join us for this Roundtable discussion about the professional trends you should be aware of that will shape your job in the coming year and beyond.

Joel Montvelisky

Joel Montvelisky

Lalitkumar Bhamare

Lalitkumar Bhamare

Matt Heusser

Matt Heusser

Keith Klain

Keith Klain

 

 

 

 

 

Co-hosted by  Joel Montvelisky together with Lalitkumar Bhamare, Chief Editor of Tea-time with Testers Magazine, and alongside our guest star speakers: Keith Klain and Matt Heusser.

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