Today was the 6th WTA session and we had a large crowd actually.
Participants: Lalitkumar S. Bhamare, Eusebiu Blindu, Astier Eric, Albert Gareev, Shmuel Gershon, Griffin Jones, Srikala Kancharla, Nancy Kelln, Mohinder Khosla, Phil Kirkham, Michel Kraaij, Michael Larsen, David Liebreich, Aleksander Lipski, Lynn McKee, Nabarun, Ravi Shankar, Ben Simo, Bala Sista, Aruna Venkataraman
Application to test was this one:
A video for it to show it better:
The mission was:
It’s a simple game that uses a playing hand of cards, and based on the hand selected, an image is generated when the player click on the “Generate Image” button.
The primary task is to test the application, and today’s charter is as follows:
1) Detect if any relation exists between the selected cards and the image generated in popup (after pressing “Generate Image”)
2) Are you able to determine if the application needed some skills that you needed to improve and, if so, which is the main one?
3)What is the main testing skill that helped you the most in this session?
More description here: http://weekendtesting.com/archives/1736
I really like how a simple type of meeting like WeekendTesting is evolving. For me it shows a lot of stuff that I could improve and learn. The getting together part to test and studying the application, brainstorming is all a great combination.ShareThis