Test Republic Testing Challenge::
5 testers will win best selling
software testing books & Interviewed on Test Republic
Context: You are hired in a team
where testers have lost their credibility with the development team
by reporting bugs in a very poor manner and
also lack bug investigation skills.
Due to poor bug reporting by other testers,
development team are reluctant to fix
most of problems that testers report. Your mission is to test this
website http://maps.google.com/ and write bug
reports of the bugs you find, your investigation notes and your bug
advocacy to the developers of why the bug you found should be
fixed. This document would help other testers understand high
quality bug reporting, bug investigation and bug advocacy.
- Participants are
required to send soft copy of their submission to email@example.com
- By submitting an
entry, a participant authorizes Test Republic Administrators to
publish their work in Test Republic.
- All participants
are requested to use MS Office formats
for all submissions.
Please use the Arial font, with font size 10, with single line
spacing and entry to not exceed 10
- Solutions should
represent original work which has not been published or submitted
for publication elsewhere
- If the submissions in parts or in whole is found to be
duplication of other existing works, the participant will be
- Only individual
submissions accepted. Group entries should be
- One person can submit
only one submission. The first submission will be considered for
evaluation if more than one submissions are made
- Please save and send
the file as firstname_lastname_june09_challenge.xxx
- Please put your Name,
Email ID, Company Name, Contact Number, Contact Address and Test
Republic Member Name in the Title Page of the submission
- Personal details
should not be part of any other page other than title page.
- The last date for
submissions is 17th July 2009
- The winning entry
will be featured in Test Republic.
- The winning entry
member will be featured by Test Republic
and an interview of the member will be published.
- Software Testing
Books : Lessons Learned in Software
Testing – Cem Kaner, James Bach & Bret Pettichord or Testing Computer Software –
Jack Falck and Hung Gyuen will be awarded.
Want to sponsor next
month’s challenge? Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org