UKITB has partnered and is collaborating with ‘FindWhatsWrong’ to help bring a second new, practical software testing challenge to the market.
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This latest initiative has seen Members of our Technical Advisory Group (TAG) assist in developing and piloting an innovative practical software testing platform aimed at helping individuals and organisations evaluate and develop their software testing skills.
The 2nd running of the Practicle Testing Challenge using the updated ‘Software Testing Simulator’ developed by FindWhatsWrong has already been introduced to support the “UK Institute For Apprenticeships and Technical Education” Software Tester Level 4 Apprenticeship scheme.
UKITB is kicking off the 2nd ‘hands-on’ challenge for testers to find defects in a very simple scenario. So can you find the defects in an everyday IT feature? There’s a winners prize of a bottle of champagne for whoever gets the best DDP ‘Defect Detection Percentage’ in this 1-hour challenge.
We’re restricting this to the first 100 contestants in selected time slots. It sounds simple, but is it? You need to find the defects and avoid selecting things that aren’t. And to make it interesting, we are using a unique feature of the platform that enables the applications to behave in a myriad of different ways for the same User Stories and Acceptance Criteria – so collaborating with a fellow contestant might not help!
Book your slot and take the challenge
This is the second ‘Challenge’ that the UKITB are running and if you miss out on this one, there will be more to come in the future.
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