December 22, 2016

Hello, Ministry of Testing: Boston! Goodbye, Greater Boston QA and Testing Meetup

It looks like the Greater Boston QA and Testing Meetup, a software testing group I spoke at a few months ago about How to Pass a Coding Interview as an Automation Developer, has been rebranded!

Conrad Holloman < @hollomancer >, founder of the group, sent our this email yesterday:
Hi, I'm very happy to announce that the Boston QA Meetup is joining Ministry of Testing ( as a sub-chapter!

The Ministry of Testing aims to change and lead within the software testing world. They are doing this through a strong focus on learning, collaboration and resources. You are part of the story too, and we hope you can join us along the way!
As part of this change:

We are looking at opportunities to host longer-form QA and testing events, and possibly something focused on the New England region!

We will be merging our Slack chat with the global Ministry of Testing community!

Additionally, we are still looking for hosts and speakers for the first quarter of 2017. Contact me if interested!

Go to and sign up!

I love the Ministry of Testing! I've been enjoying their testing feeds for years, and I blog irregularly for their Software Testing Club subgroup, at­

Hrm... I wonder if that means that TestBash - Boston might be coming to Massachusetts? I wonder if they need any help organizing?

Happy Testing!

-T.J. Maher
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