Editorial – 2010 – September
Welcome to the 1st Issue of Testing Circus.
What a name! Testing Circus. Somebody would say this is not a good name for a serious venture. The word circus is generally associated with something chaotic, funny. But we finalised on this name as this would mean tricks. Circus is performed by well trained professionals and they display their skills and tricks without any hidden magic.
By publishing this e-magazine on software testing we would like to cater the needs of people who are still new into the profession or those who want to learn software testing. There are lots of books and magazine already available on software testing but those are of pedantic in content. Testing Circus will focus on the grass root level of software testing tricks.
We would like to give this e-magazine free of cost. This means the people who are working behind this initiative are working without expecting any monetary benefit. By doing so we believe we are giving back to the society of software testers. We are known today because of software testing and we would like to contribute to it back.
We have just started it overnight. We don’t have very good graphic and layout designers. Our website does not have a good look. Simply, we don’t have enough resources to cater those needs. Also we don’t want to complicate things. We will, for now, use Microsoft office software and Acrobat Reader to publish our e-magazine. We are thankful to Microsoft and Adobe for this.
We would like to thank all our contributors and mentors for helping us publish this magazine. Special thanks to Mr. Vipul Kocher for encouraging and guiding us at various point of time. Thanks to our subscribers for subscribing our magazine.
Please forward, share, debate, criticize our work. We love your feedbacks. Logging off for now. Come, let us celebrate the 1st issue of Testing Circus.
~Ajoy Kumar Singhahttps://www.testingcircus.com/editorial-2010-september/Ajoy's EditorialsWelcome to the 1st Issue of Testing Circus. What a name! Testing Circus. Somebody would say this is not a good name for a serious venture. The word circus is generally associated with something chaotic, funny. But we finalised on this name as this would mean tricks. Circus is performed...Ajoy Kumar SinghaAjoy Kumar Singha[email protected]AdministratorAjoy is the founder and editor of Testing Circus magazine which is read and subscribed by thousands of professional testers around the world. He is associated with various testing forums such as NCR Testers Monthly Meet as a founding member. Follow Ajoy on Twitter.Testing Circus
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