Your wrote your tutorial. You tweeted your tutorial on Twitter. You posted your tutorial to your FaceBook Fan Page. You posted your tutorial to your FaceBook Profile. Then you wait… and wait.. and wait some more. You ask yourself “Where are all the visitors? Did I reach as many people as I could?”
Almost everyone is using Social Media one way or another. Social media is transforming the way we communicate with each other. This post is not about telling you that what you are doing is right or wrong. This post is just a helpful way of pointing out the Do’s and Don’ts, courtesy of The Steel Method.
This is a extension of the blog post “10+ Software Testing Blogs“. This blog post has 200+ software testing blogs and tweeters.
I also created the Twitter List “@jayphilips/software-testing” so you can follow all of the people listed on this post with one just click.
- Abby Fichtner
I was cleaning out a folder on my machine when I stumbled on an oldie but goodie PDF called “Classic Testing Mistakes” by Brian Marick.
In the paper he states how he breaks the classic mistakes into 5 themes and how to resolve the mistakes:
Mashable’s 2009 Open Web Awards is still open for nominations. Nominations started on October 14, 2009 and last until November 15, 2009. Voting is from November 18th – December 13th, 2009. Winner Announcements will be on Tuesday, December 15th, 2009.
You can nominate people/companies for various different categories ranging from:
I have been in the software testing field for over 9 years. I have played various roles ranging anywhere from manual tester, performance tester, business analyst to web developer.
There is so much going on with Twitter. Links, trends, topics and more but how do you keep up? Here is a list of sites that can be used for searching Twitter friends, tweets and much more.
NOTE: This also includes the sites I previously listed in the blog “28 sites to help you search Twitter and more”
Most of you either using Twitter, know someone who is on Twitter or just want to be known as a Tweeter. On Twitter you can use a the standard background, a standard premade Twitter background or you can make your own.
Why not stand out from the crowd and create your own Twitter background?
Here is a list of Twitter badges, buttons, counters & widgets:
Have you noticed that the more and more we use Twitter the more and more new tools & sites show up? There’s so many of these sites & tools popping up that sometimes it’s hard to keep up with what’s out there.