This post is to convey two points:
I am sorry for the unintended break
I got a new job, got busy and can give many more excuses but the truth is I did not facilitate the sessions. I am sorry for it and I promise to dedicate time for Weekend Testing once again.
Weekend Testing is back and is here to stay
This Sunday onwards, we will have sessions regularly - hopefully, every weekend.
The site contents have been simplified
- Removed unused content/options
- Removed registration link - I don't see a need for testers to register. Also, the % of spam users seems to be greater than testers.
- Just the required content is present.
So, as a co-founder of Weekend Testing, I need your support to help me continue Weekend Testing sessions. Join the sessions, help me facilitate and present your ideas.
Here is the plan I have in my mind. Have a theme for every session.
First sunday - Bug hunting a desktop application
Second sunday - Applying a testing technique on a website
Third sunday - Analyzing a tool for a particular type of problem
Fourth sunday - A case study, compare and contrast sessions.
So, lets get started. As usual details will be posted at
Any questions? Email - firstname.lastname@example.org