Editorial – 2011 – October
It is time I should thank few guys at Testing Circus. They have been a great support to me in publishing Testing Circus regularly. Their small effort have really made big impact on this magazine.
Few months back when I wanted to have few helping hands and asked people to join me as assistant editors, these seven guys extended their support.
Riyaj Shaikh, Selim Mia, Ashik Elahi, Gagan Talwar, Asif Iquebal Sarkar, Ajay Sharma and Brian Osman worked with me to make Testing Circus a world class monthly testing magazine.
After one year of our publication, five of our assistant editors have still agreed to put their effort for Testing Circus and they are committed to make this magazine a useful magazine for software testers.
Testing Circus is expanding and we will need more passionate testers to continue our bright journey in years to come. We will be joined by many bright minds but these are the guys whose help we would never forget. In this issue we have included their brief profiles as “Heroes of Testing Circus”. Heroes do exist and they are with us.
Apart from the assistant editors, we are surrounded by our core group members and other tech and publicity guys. We will also publish about them in next issues to come.
In other news, we have included a special section of articles on tools, utilities and views in collaboration with Tool Journal. Tool Journal team has promised to provide quality and suitable content for us regularly which I am sure would benefit our readers.
We have also started a new column Book Worm’s Corner from this month. Thanks to James Bach and Pradeep Soundararajan for recommending books to our tester readers.
Thanks to readers who sent birthday wishes to us after we published our September issue. We could not print all the messages but your wishes have delighted us. Thanks again.
– Ajoy Kumar Singhahttps://www.testingcircus.com/editorial-2011-october/Ajoy's EditorialsIt is time I should thank few guys at Testing Circus. They have been a great support to me in publishing Testing Circus regularly. Their small effort have really made big impact on this magazine. Few months back when I wanted to have few helping hands and asked people to...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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