After we re-launched our brand in May, we decided that the uTest blog needed to be more than just uTest employees talking about uTest events, uTest awards and the uTest community (see how repetitive that gets?).
Writing witty, thought-provoking content is really hard. And we’re pretty lazy, but fortunately we know some extremely smart & funny people. So we invented the Testing The Limits series, in which we interview leaders from the worlds of testing, software, entrepreneurship and crowdsourcing.
We’re immensely grateful to these talented, busy people, and we have much more planned for the Testing The Limits series in 2010. But before we flip the calendar, these posts from this year are worth another look:
June: James Whittaker – Author, Professor and Testing Evangelist at Google
July: Rosie Sherry — Founder of the UK-based Software Testing Club
August: Andrew Muns — President of Software Test & Performance
September: Jack Margo — SVP of Internet Operations of Developer Shed
October: Jon Winsor — Author, Crowdsourcing Expert, and Founder of Victors & Spoils
November: Matt Heusser — Software Testing Author, Professor and Testing Manager
December: James Bach — Software Testing Author, Teacher and Speaker
We have some great guests and ideas lined up for 2010, including software execs, QA thought leaders, and famous journalists & authors. As always, the goal of Testing The Limits will be to inform, to entertain, and above all else, to help our readers get to know these thought leaders who are worth following and listening to.
Have a suggestion for a future Testing The Limits guest? Drop us a note or tell us in the comments section.