Learn about Exploratory Testing and Agile Testing at the whole day Software Testing Clinic workshop at TestBash!


Interested in learning about modern testing approaches?

Exploratory testing is fast becoming the most important approach to testing, having been proven by so many companies to be the most effective way of investigating software to reveal problems.

Agile is also fast becoming the methodology of choice for the vast majority of companies, even in domains that one would typically assume to be known for slow adoption of such approaches, such as the finance and pharma domains.

Luckily for you, the Software Testing Clinic is hosting a full day workshop on Exploratory Testing and Agile Testing in conjunction with the TestBash Conference in Brighton next month!


So if you are a tester looking to gain knowledge, skills and some experience practising Exploratory Testing and Agile Testing, or you work in a company who are thinking of moving towards Agile and want your testers to learn how testing fits within this new world, then don’t hesitate! Tickets are available NOW!

Additionally, if you have knowledge and skills in Exploratory Testing and Agile Testing, and you are looking to break into mentoring, then you can purchase a ticket to come along to help mentor people who are attending to learn.

The Software Testing Clinic Exploratory Testing and Agile Testing day will be held on the 22nd of March, with the TestBash conference running on the 23rd & 24th of March.

For more information and to buy a ticket for yourself or for your team, check out the MoT website and events page. Or you can reach out to me directly for more information on the workshop.

Hope to see you there! 🙂

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