Automation

Foundations of Test Automation training course

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I’m now offering live, interactive, online training in multiple timezones! My first course offering is Foundations of Test Automation. This course teaches how to: Write end-to-end UI automated tests for web Design robust and efficient automated tests Translate manual test cases into automated test cases Why Selenium and Ruby? I hear a lot of testers […]

Automation

Podcast and Ask Me Anything

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Interested in hearing me talk about test automation, test management and more? Well, it’s your lucky week! Listen to me chat about all things software testing with Gem Hill on the “Let’s talk about tests, baby” podcast. This episode is called Testers are the canary down the coalmine. I had so much fun chatting to […]

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How to do all of the things, all of the time

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I’ve decided to take a different approach to my career and the rest of my life this year. If you’ve been following my Twitter account, you might have noticed some of the various projects I’m juggling at the moment. I’m working on about ten different things at any given time and I’ve never been happier. […]

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Upcoming talk: Four lessons I learned at Google

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Brisbane folks, don’t miss my upcoming talk Four Lessons I Learned At Google, which I will be giving at the Brisbane Software Testers meetup on February 27, hosted by Thoughtworks. Four years ago, Trish Khoo embarked on a wondrous journey. She left her test automation job in Sydney and joined Google, working first in London […]

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Follow me

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I’ve now made it easier to follow this blog from your favourite social media platform. Facebook Page – “Like” this page to follow me in your Facebook feed. Please don’t send a friend request to my personal account as I only use that account to connect with close friends and family. The Facebook Page is […]

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Goodbye Google, hello Brisbane

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It was with mixed emotions that I resigned from my job at Google last week. Yesterday was my last day. I had already said my goodbyes to my wonderful coworkers when I left London, and then again when I left Mountain View and San Francisco, but saying goodbye to the company was emotional again. As […]

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Heading home

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It’s been richly rewarding experience living in Silicon Valley for the last year and a half, but due to various factors I’ve decided to head back home to Australia and take some time off work to focus on my health and spend time with my family. I’ll be based in Brisbane for the most part, […]

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Interview by Fog Creek Software blog

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I was recently interviewed by Fog Creek Software’s blog about embedded testers in development teams. Check it out here to listen to me rant about how software testing needs to be a core competency of the software engineering discipline. Note: I mentioned a book in this interview “Driven by tests” but I got the name horrifically […]

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Introducing Speak Easy

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I’m delighted to announce that I have agreed to be a regional patron for Speak Easy – a program designed to increase diversity in tech conferences through dedicated conference spots, mentoring and events. Speaking at your first tech conference can be intimidating, but it’s very rewarding. I’ve written about my experiences before. If you would like to get […]