TEST Magazine
TEST Magazine was created specifically as a voice for professionals serious about software testing and quality in the modern environment. As such, it is read by over 10,700 members across Europe, the US and South Asia. Published in print and digital format on a bi-monthly basis, and written in an accessible, jargon-free style,
TEST Magazine provides an unbiased, holistic and pragmatic viewpoint that has made it the leading journal in its sector.
TEST Magazine July issue
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The July issue of TEST Magazine includes a myriad of different topics and tips, such as how to find bugs through psychoanalysis from Faisai Qureshi, QA Engineer, Amazon, and an in-depth interview with Mike Jarred, Head of Software Testing at the FCA on the legacy of testing. The issue opens with thought leadership pieces on cloud testing and artificial intelligence.
Read on for more coverage on: agile testing; virtualisation; security testing and a supplier profile on newly-branded Ten10.

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20 Leading Testing Providers
20 Leading Testing Providers

Following on from previous years, the 2015 20 Leading Testing Providers’ guide outlining different, selected software testing and quality assurance products and services was published in the September 2015 issue. The software testing landscape changes rapidly and we find that an annual update on the marketplace is a good starting place as you consider purchase decisions going forward. Click here to see full profiles from our
20 leading suppliers.

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Read by over 10,700 software testing and QA professionals, TEST Magazine is published in print and digital format on a bi-monthly basis, offering targeted coverage of the industry, from the latest trends, tools and events, to opinion pieces and how to guides. Published every year in September, our 2015-2016 media pack contains all the information about
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