Friday, May 13, 2011

Podcast Friday: TWiST #45 w/ Grand Rapids Testers and Selenium Conference

I've been a little quieter this week than usual. the reason is because I've spent some quality time with Audacity, and you will be getting not just one, but *FIVE* podcasts from me this week.

The first, of course, is the TWiST podcast. This week we have Episode #45, and as a change of pace, we decided to record the Grand Rapids Testers Group as they discussed the ideas related to "Is Complete Testing Possible?" This is more than just a regular TWiST podcast. This is an experiment we are undertaking with the Association for Software Testing in which we use some podcasts that specifically relate to their material in their Black Box Software Testing courses. This is the first one that we have dedicated to a specific topic for that purpose.  We are looking to do more in the upcoming months.

In addition to TWiST, I also recorded about 30 hours of audio from the Selenium Conference that was held in SanFrancisco April 4-6, 2011. I have a number of pieces that I'll be presenting, but I will start out with the Keynote presentations first (Jason Huggins, Patrick Lightbody, Bret Pettichord and Simon Stewart).

All of the podcasts that I have presented (or at least an index for them) are listed on this site's Podcasts page. The Selenium Conference podcasts are currently being hosted on a temporary site, and will be moved to a permanent location as soon as we determine where that will be and when we can move them over. Like all material on TESTHEAD, these podcasts have been produced under Creative Commons copyright. If you want to embed them, comment on them, review them, spread them around, etc. go ahead, but please preserve the CC license details at the end (I'm not asking for money, I just want credit for the things I produce :) ).

1 comment:

Cem Kaner said...

I appreciate your working with the BBST topics. I've been trying to figure out how to set up roundtable discussions of these materials for a while, to give students the benefit of multiple perspectives. This discussion will be helpful.

-- cem kaner