TLDR; New patreon bonus - pdf collation of posts monthly and more micro course content.
In case you missed it here is a summary of January 2019, blog posts, some notes and patreon roundup.
The content on Patreon is accessible for only $1 a month at patreon.com/eviltester. Supporters gain access to downloadable PDFs of the content and micro courses e.g. How I Test - Web App, Test Ability Audit and more
I’ve been creating daily content on Patreon and trying to find a way of making it more accessible. The Patreon interface isn’t particularly good for ’lots’ of content.
I have also written some code which parses the extract and can create a PDF.
This means I’ve introduced two new Patreon benefits which are accessible for only $5 a month (about 17 American cents per day):
- a monthly pdf extract of the Patreon posts
- a monthly pdf extract of blog posts
Its suprising just how much content you can create in a month.
For January the blog extract is a 21 page A4 document and the Patreon extract is over 100 pages.
I will gradually work back through the 2018 posts and retrospectively create monthly summary documents for 2018.
Blog Posts For January 2019
I have not listed videos separately, any YouTube videos I create will now have associated blog posts, so the blog posts below should contain all the content.
- Patreon for Software Testing and Development
- Pro Con Critical Evaluation - but What If?
- How to install Bonobo Git Server On Windows
- How to convert SVN Subversion to Git on Windows
- What is Boundary Value Analysis? Software Testing Technique explained with real world examples.
- How to download a file with RestAssured
Most of the above have received additional content and analysis on Patreon.
Patreon Posts For January 2019
For $5 a month Patreons get access to my daily posts.
The list below also contains posts which form part of my “Get your message out” Micro course
- Reuse and Repurpose for Testing, Automating and Beyond
- Recommendation: Polya ‘How to Solve It’
- The Polymath Book Notes
- Bypassing more ‘Lack of official APIs’
- Document what you learn
- How to download a file with RestAssured
- Boundary Value Analysis is a technique derived from a heuristic
- Boundary Value Analysis Real World Application and Extension with Exploratory Software Testing
- Boundary Value Analysis (BVA) Traditional Software Testing Technique
- Tactical Data Extract Continued
- poor wifi or lack of observation ability
- Case study in risk based prototyping and automating the sneaky way
- How to convert Svn To Git Using svnserve, VisualSVN, svnadmin dump, and git svn
- Old versions and Configuration by code
- Organised and uploaded new material
- Promoting Your Talk After it is finished
- Handling Feedback After the Conference
- Your personal debrief
- Handling Feedback at the Conference
- Handling Questions
- Ending Your Talk
- Handling stuff that happens and goes wrong
- Starting your talk
- Recording Your Talk
- On Rejection
- On Submitting
- Getting Ideas for your Talk
- Fear of Public Speaking Discussed
- Testing requires courage and confidence
- Technical Debt
- Edit to get it right
- Treat the Submission as a sales pitch
- Crafting a Submission with Passion
- Recommended Reading
- Practicing to Overcome Fear of Public Speaking
- Creating Slides with Markdown
- Research the submission process
- Have the motivation to submit
- General Summary of Concerns and Motivations
- Initial thoughts from War of the Flea
- Video Deluge
- Install Bonobo Git Server On Windows
- Reducing the Cost of Conferences
- Negotiation Advice For Conferences
- Peer Pressure and Pay To Speak Conferences
- Case Study in Automating Tactically for Data Migration
- Bugs Bugs Stopping my work
- SVN to Git Migrations
- What is exploratory Testing? UK Gov Explored
- Recruitment Tips
- Consultancy life hack for writing quickly
- Pros and Cons Evaluation System
- What are testers responsible for?
- Free Video Capture and Editing Software
- Big Goals, Incremental Action
- Lessons learned from mailing list software failure
- What does “Cucumber is not a testing tool!” mean?
- Sound Demo of 3.5mm microphones I use
- Recommended Microphones for Video Creation
- Go to the source
- Secondary Gain from your own projects
- Feeling like a one trick pony
- Happy New Year 2019
You can gain access to the content on Patreon for only $1 a month at patreon.com/eviltester. Supporters gain access to downloadable PDFs of the content and micro courses e.g. How I Test - Web App, Test Ability Audit and more