Articles in the June 2014 edition of Testing Trapeze include:
- Visualizing success: Requirement review, impact analysis & test planning with mind maps – Pete Walen
- A crazy idea for engaging testers in the future – Oliver Erlewein
- Joining a complex project late in the process – Liz Renton
- Expectations and realities of Let’s Test – Lee Hawkins
- BBST Foundations: An experience report – Alice Chu & Nicola Owen
Welcome to our third edition, featuring another strong line up of contributors from New Zealand, Australia and abroad. It’s my pleasure to share the words of Alice Chu, Lee Hawkins, Liz Renton, Nicola Owen, Oliver Erlewein and Pete Walen. Thank you to all our writers for the tremendous work you have put into your articles.
We’re always a few steps ahead here at Testing Trapeze. As we start planning for the December edition we also start to reach the edge of our professional networks for potential contributors. I’m confident that there are many more testers across Australia and New Zealand with something of value to share with the wider community. If you’re reading this issue and would like to be considered as a future writer, or wish to nominate someone that we can approach, please get in touch. I’m particularly keen to hear from any Australian testers.
The Testing Trapeze team has grown this edition, welcome to Richard Robinson and Kim Engel. Thank you for being willing to help with article reviews and marketing respectively.