Editorial – 2013 – June
Last time I said we are trying to connect with more number of testers who are outside the influence of blogging-tweeting world in testing circle. Instead of being an eye candy for celebrity testers, our content and choice of features are targeted towards testers who do not read about testing and our effort is to make them read, starting with Testing Circus. In the coming days you will see more such initiatives.
Our team is working on new site design which will have more contents than our existing site. All articles that we published so far will also be included in our site. A new team is also being formed which will have new faces from grass root testing industry.
Since we started Testing Circus, we haven’t asked for lots of feedback and we have decided to do the same religiously now onwards. We are close to completing 3 years of publication and we seek to change with your feedback.
I request all of you to send your feedback to make Testing Circus more readable and testing community friendly. Write to me at
On the cover page is a man known as Edward Snowden. Do a Google search to know more if you don’t recognize him already.
Keep reading Testing Circus. More exciting news next month.
– Ajoy Kumar Singha
Ajoy Kumar Singha
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