EuroSTAR ticket winner and testing with children
A month ago I promised to give away one free ticket to EuroSTAR, where I will speak about Encouraging Children into Testing. I have now drawn the winner out of those who shared that post. The lucky winner is Outi Meriläinen. Congratulations! Time to celebrate a bit!
I have chosen the Dragons Out book extract for this blog article respecting the congratulations. Here goes!
Amid the trees, Laura and Tom congratulated each other and Cho. The plan seemed to work. This dragon seemed to be tolerant of humans, and it seemed kind. They discussed how to get the dragon to follow them to the village. If the dragon received one deer at a time, but at gradually longer intervals, it would probably be able to follow the path thus formed. Will and Jack would be able to hunt enough deer if they needed five per day. They decided it was worth a try!
A few hours later, the dragon had eaten the deer. It saw Will on horseback, carrying one of the deer. Will waited for the dragon to notice him and then rode to the forest. There he left the deer and retreated to the trees to see what would happen. After half an hour, the dragon flew to the scene. It landed next to the deer and began to eat it. The plan still worked!