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The Best of The Best in 2020 – Community Year in Review

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2020 was quite a roller coaster, to say the least 🎢 Lockdowns, quarantine, working from home, masks😷, Zooms… A year dominated by the existence of an indescribable global pandemic. It all sounds like the plot from a movie, but for many months, it has become our day-to-day life. No doubt, this year will never be forgotten as it held extreme challenges, and a few of them are also mentioned by all of you in my post here (thank you for sharing your experience – keep it up! 😊).

Nonetheless, TestProject and its community are also celebrating many memorable optimistic moments, and I’m choosing to celebrate the best of the best in 2020 in a community review for these great accomplishments while allowing them to guide our positive outlook into the next year of 2021 ⏩ Thank you for being part of our community and for sharing your knowledge & feedback along the road, while allowing us to create with you and for you! 💕

Share Your Feedback in our 2020 End of Year Survey

So, are you ready for the best of the best?

The Best of The Best in 2020 - Community Year in ReviewHere is The Complete TestProject Year in Review 🎬

From sharing blog tutorials by leading experts, hosting educational webinars, sponsoring online community conferences, and developing new features 🤯 Your test automation experience was (and always will be) our #1 priority 🏆

2020 Milestones to Remember!

What’s next for 2021? 

Beyond these remarkable achievements we had in 2020, we are super excited for all that’s coming up in 2021! Our roadmap is loaded with features that we can’t wait for you to experience VERY soon! We also have a bunch of insightful blogs, tutorials & best practice articles from all your favorite test automation professionals, and of course a fully booked schedule of interesting webinars, marathons, trainings, conferences and many more surprises! 🤭

🎉 Wishing a Fabulous New Year to the Best Community Ever!
With 💗 From the TestProject Family

👉 Share Your 2020 Feedback in Our Survey 

Survey TestProject 2020

 

Meital Matsafi

About the author

Meital Matsafi

As the head of community at TestProject and a test automation enthusiast by ❤, I love building and maintaining relationships with our community members, diverse community organizations, and internal entities while learning and sharing my key findings. Assisting with the development of robust engagement plans & activities I’m extremely eager to evolve and grow the community.

 

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