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    • Common Questions about Testing on Agile Projects Answered Download this free eBook Brochure answering the most common questions about how Software Testing fits into an Agile Software Development project. When you need help implementing Agile Testing on your projects then Contact Alan Richardson. Download Free Agile Testing Guide PDF Version Want to know when we create new guides? To keep up to date, sign up to our mailing list:
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  • Dear Evil Tester - A Software Testing Book
    • Are you in charge of your own testing? Do you have the advice you need to advance your test approach? "Dear Evil Tester" contains answers to questions that you didn't know testers asked. Dear Evil Tester is a three pronged publication designed to: provoke not placate, make you react rather than relax, help you laugh not languish. Dear Evil Tester is a revolutionary testing book for the mind which shows the reader an alternative approach to testing built on responsibility, control and laughter.
  • Evil Tester Mentors on Patreon
    • “Alan Richardson is creating Better Software Testers and Developers Through Mentoring. Gain Access to Exclusive videos, articles and Q&A content for only $5 a Month” October 25th 2018 Update: “My Patreon content keeps growing. 147 Patreon Only Video and Text Posts, 22 Public Posts, 6 AMA Webinar Recordings, 3 Micro Courses, 1 Exclusive Conference Talk Recording. Patreon exclusive behind the scenes videos, tutorial videos, commentary on books, news, techniques and theory.
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    • I often receive emails and contact form requests asking if a company can guest post on my blog. I send people who persistently contact me, but provide no content or good reasons, to this page to explain why I have not responded to them. The answer thus far, has been “No”. I do not accept guest posts on my blog. Instances where that might change: you send me such amazing content that it needs to be on my site you want to collaborate on content that I will learn from and so will my readers you want to pay me to write something for you.
  • How to fix Flaky Test Automation a free Webinar recording
    • Replay You can watch the live webinar replay on the Eurostar Huddle site: https://huddle.eurostarsoftwaretesting.com/resources/test-automation/automated-execution-not-flaky/ The official recording does not appear to have worked properly - no slides, robot voice, etc. Fortunately I recorded it. I have uploaded the recording to my Evil Tester Talks Archive, which also includes the full 1.5 hour version with more detail and (at the time of writing) 7 other talks. Evil Tester Talks Archive And I have released it on YouTube.
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    • Alan Richardson at EvilTester.com offers Software Development consultancy, and training, to help teams improve their Agile approach in days rather than weeks. Need some Agile Coaching?Read Our Free Guide to Agile Testing Contact EvilTester.comJoin Our Email ListRecent Blog Posts How to install Bonobo Git Server On Windows A Tactical Automation Case Study - Java, JavaScript, API and Dev Tools Pro Con Critical Evaluation - but What If?
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  • Recommended Reading List
    • This is a set of Amazon affiliate links for my Software Testing Recommended Reading List. Pick and choose from the list anything that seems interesting. I only recommend books which I have read, and which have actually influenced how I test, consult, manage, approach Agile Projects, and develop software. You can find all the books below on my Amazon Page `; var textSpanOutput = `${textspan.innerHTML.trim()}`; var htmlFromAmazon = bookLink+imgElementHTML+textSpanOutput+""; var outputTemplate = `${htmlFromAmazon}`; //console.
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    • Over the years we have created a lot of videos and blog posts related to Web Testing. On this page we’ll try to bring a few together to help you. Courses Technical Web Testing 101 Selenium WebDriver With Java Videos Webinar: Your Automated Execution Does Not Have to be Flaky Testability vs Automatability - Worked Example Testability vs Automatability How to Monitor Web Sites Insomnia REST API Client Exploratory REST API Testing with Postman Exploratory Testing a REST API with Proxies Firefox Browser Dev Tools YouTube Channel EvilTester Videos
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  • The Evil Tester Sloganizer - a motivational tool for software testing
    • A motivational tool for software testing How to access Sloganizer? You can find versions online here: Version 1 Version 2 Version 3 About The Sloganiser Single Page App Generates Random “Evil Tester” Slogans Periodically shows an ‘ad’ for Book “Dear Evil Tester” Source https://github.com/eviltester/MobileSloganizer https://github.com/eviltester/sloganizer
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  • The Evil Tester's Testability Audit
    • Welcome to the Evil Tester’s Test Ability Audit Prepare to be audited Links To Suggested Apps to use When Auditing Zty.pe http://zty.pe/ Zombie CLI Text Adventure Download .jar from release page Protect The Square Java Script Mouse Clicking Game https://www.compendiumdev.co.uk/games/buggygames/protect_the_square/protect_the_square.html A Hypothetical Search Engine https://google.co.uk https://bing.com https://duckduckgo.com The Evil Tester’s Compendium of Testing Apps many javascript games a CRUD GUI App (The Pulper) A REST API (Restlisticator) and more… Download the Testing Apps Compendium Thingifier a Java Technology REST API Download Thingifier Blurb Ability is one of the key attributes that elevates your testing proficiency.
  • UK Agile Software Development Coach and Consultant
    • Help Your Teams Improve How They Test and Develop Agile Software You could learn Agile processes on your own, the hard way - using trial and error, and making mistakes. Or bring in an Agile Coach and Consultant. Someone who works with you to help you improve. Their job is to help you not need them. Alan Richardson is someone who has done all of this before. Combining a background in Testing and Programming.