Five Blogs – 31 December 2019

The (best) five blogs I read today. Check them out.

Why Do We Test? What Do Testers Really Do?
Written by: Peter G Walen

Being the Best Isn’t Good Enough
Written by: Steve Keating

Improving Test Data Collection and Management
Written by: Michael Stahl

Don’t Ask for Permission or Forgiveness—Use an Agile Alternative
Written by: Steve Berczuk

Two kinds of testing
Written by: Nelson Elhage

Quote of the day:
“You have this one life. How do you want to spend it? Apologizing? Regretting? Questioning? Hating yourself? Dieting? Running after people who don’t see you?” -Cara Delevingne

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Five Blogs – 30 December 2019

The (best) five blogs I read today. Check them out.

New Year’s Resolutions for Software Testers
Written by: Kristin Jackvony

Asking Smart Questions Changes Everything
Written by: Greg Bustin

Jumpstart Your Test Automation with These 5 Steps
Written by: Veethee Dixit

Discretionary Effort
Written by: Bob Marshall

Who Is Part of Your Support System?
Written by: Johanna Rothman

Quote of the day:
“Education isn’t something you can finish” -Isaac Asimov

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Five Blogs – 27 December 2019

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Christmas, Deadlines, and Procrastination
Written by: Dan Rockwell

Adjust Your Own Mask First
Written by: Steve Keating

Real Device and Browser Testing Strategy for 2020
Written by: Sarah Mischinger

Writing good bug reports
Written by: Corina Pip

A quick guide to ATDD
Written by: Neil Killick

Quote of the day:
“You’re stronger than you believe. Don’t let your fear own you. Own yourself.” -Michelle Hodkin

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Five Blogs – 24 December 2019

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Assess Quality, Don’t Measure It
Written by: James Bach

How Often Do You Reflect?
Written by: Johanna Rothman

Is Software Reliability Engineering the New Testing?
Written by: Peter G Walen

Courageous Conversation Practices
Written by: Gelinas & James

Security Testing: A Constructive Mindset with a Destructive Approach
Written by: Rajini Padmanaban

Quote of the day:
“It’s healthy to admit you’re not ok. It’s ok not to be ok. It’s brave.” -Jessie J

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Five Blogs – 23 December 2019

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How the Best Leaders Invest In Themselves
Written by: Lolly Daskal

25 Amazing Ways to Have a More Productive Winter
Written by: Tehrene Firman

A Question of Time
Written by: Kristin Jackvony

A Realistic Look at Selenium Adoption for Software Testing
Written by: Matthew Heusser

Continuous Quality – Ethical Aspects of Software Testing
Written by: Lena Wiberg

Quote of the day:
“I hope you trust the timing of your life, and that you follow your own path without worrying so much about what everyone else is doing or how fast they are moving.” -Colleen George

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Five Blogs – 20 December 2019

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Accelerating your value through productivity, mindfulness and social hacks
Written by: Raj Subrameyer

Testing Serverless Applications
Written by: Peter Varhol and Gerie Owen

How to Prioritize QA Tasks
Written by: Brian Hamilton

Courageous Communication
Written by: Gelinas & James

Breaking the Test Case Addiction (Part 8)
Written by: Michael Bolton

Quote of the day:
“What is right in your situation may not be right in mine” -Benjamin Hardy

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Five Blogs – 19 December 2019

The (best) five blogs I read today. Check them out.

Take a real break, leader! Your life and your work depend on it.
Written by: Dan Rockwell

Prioritization: Advanced Quantitative Approaches – Pros and Cons of WSJF
Written by: Thomas Cagley

Less Code, More Power
Written by: Brian Dang

Protect Yourself from Bad Information
Written by: Frank Sonnenberg

Small Promises Regularly Kept
Written by: John Cutler

Quote of the day:
“May I never be complete. May I never be content. May I never be perfect.” -Chuck Palahniuk

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