Monday, June 28, 2010
BBST Foundations Course Starts July 4th, 2010
Are there any out there who have been working on testing but wished they had some fresh perspectives? Are you actively testing, but wondering if there are ways to look at testing differently? Are you a self taught tester who would like to have a chance to get some more specific test knowledge under your belt? Would you like to have me help you do it :)?
If the answer is YES, then I encourage you to sign up for the Association for Software Testing’s “Black Box Software Testing Foundations Course” beginning July 4th. This is a 4 week long coached course. Becky Fiedler will be the lead instructor, with assistance by a number of additional teaching assistants (including me). I took this course back in May and I found it to be an excellent opportunity to re-examine how testing works and how I can improve my process and methods. Even if you’ve been testing for years, there’s a good chance that you’ll pick up a few cool new tricks here.
For more information, check out the Association For Software Testing – BBST site and, while you are at it, tell your friends, too :).
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Signed up, and really looking forward to it!
Awesome, Todd, look forward to seeing you next week :).
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