Editorial – 2011 – April
You are reading the 7th issue of this magazine. In the last 8 months we have changed a lot and we are still trying to change a lot of things. Few changes that you might see in this issue are – we have replaced the test case writing section with test idea generation section. We have been publishing interviews of testing gurus so far with fixed set of questions. From our June issue we will be changing to customized set of questions. Even though we have reduced the number of pages of the magazine, we promise to publish fresh and quality articles suitable for beginners and experts alike. We are discouraging people who are asking us to publish their pre-published articles.
We are planning to introduce few more interesting columns and trying to cover more domains. We will also try to introduce a new regular section on problem solving. We would also like to hear more suggestions from our readers what they would like to see in our magazine.
Testing Circus has been a buzz word around the world. One question testers ask us is why we have chosen the name circus for this magazine. I have explained this in the 1st issue of Testing Circus. I am repeating it again. The word circus is generally associated with something chaotic, funny and in comic sense. But we finalised on this name as circus demonstrates skills and tricks. Circus is performed by well trained professionals and they display their skills and tricks unlike magicians using illusions. Circus entertains people – Testing Circus entertains testing professionals.
Testing Circus is happy to be associated as a Media partner of many testing conferences in India and around the world. We will continue to support testing communities and initiatives around knowledge building platforms in software testing. Let us know if we can help you in any manner. Keep reading Testing Circus and spread the word to your testing associates.
Thank you Pradeep Soundararajan, Lanette Creamer & Namratha Prabhu for the valuable feedback that you have shared recently.
– Ajoy Kumar Singha
https://www.testingcircus.com/editorial-2011-april/Ajoy's EditorialsYou are reading the 7th issue of this magazine. In the last 8 months we have changed a lot and we are still trying to change a lot of things. Few changes that you might see in this issue are - we have replaced the test case writing section...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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