Five Blogs – 15 November 2019

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

What is an API? In English, please
Written by: Petr Gazarov

Ten Tips for More Effective Daily Scrums
Written by: Mike Cohn

Why Teams Fail
Written by: Dan Rockwell

Working Effectively with SpecFlow Tables
Written by: Bas Dijkstra

So you want to Automate? Part III – let’s talk learning
Written by: Maciej Wyrodek

Quote of the day:
“Chaos breeds geniuses. It offers a person something to be a genius about.” -B.F. Skinner

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Five Blogs – 6 November 2019

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

Low-Code Development: What, Why and How Does It Impact Testing?
Written by: Alex Napier Holland

Do We Deploy, Provide, Publish, or Produce an API?
Written by: Kin Lane

Do Your Best
Written by: Steve Keating

Agile Dojo: Speed Up Delivery Using Focus
Written by: Christina Ambers

Using Computer Vision to Reduce Test Automation Blind Spot
Written by: Maxim Chernyak

Quote of the day:
“It’s such a shame to waste time. We always think we have so much of it.” -Mitch Albom

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Five Blogs – 23 October 2019

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

Automation in isolation is more of a problem!
Written by: Vijay Kumar Gambhiraopet

How to Test API Usability: Part 2
Written by: Yuliya Bagriy

What’s a Good Question?
Written by: Harnessed Tester

The Zero Defect Fallacy
Written by: Jeff Nyman

Delivery Really Matters
Written by: Thomas Cagley

Quote of the day:
“You don’t just walk away from someone when things get tough, you find a way to stick it out and figure out what’s gone wrong.” -Shana Norris

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Five Blogs – 22 October 2019

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

SLOs Are the API for Your Engineering Team
Written by: Charity Majors

Considering How We Define Success
Written by: Zach Morgan

How to Actually Start the Task You’ve Been Avoiding
Written by: Peter Bregman

How Do You Know Something Is A Bug? – Using Mental Models and Oracles in Testing
Written by: Joost van Wollingen

Overcoming Barriers to Effective Communications in Agile Teams
Written by: Nishi Grover Garg

Quote of the day:
“The worst part about being lied to is knowing you weren’t worth the truth” -Jean-Paul Sartre

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Five Blogs – 16 October 2019

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

BDD, SpecFlow and The SpecFlow Ecosystem
Written by: Bas Dijkstra

A Sympathetic Sceptic
Written by: James Thomas

Software Testing Heuristics: Mind The Gap!
Written by: Richard Bradshaw and Sarah Deery

How to Test API Usability: Part 1
Written by: Yuliya Bagriy

Three Ways Agile Testers Can Use Walkthroughs
Written by: Nishi Grover Garg

Quote of the day:
“What you create, others can destroy. Create anyway. Because in the end, it is between you and God. It was never between you and anyone else anyway.” -Fredrik Backman

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Five Blogs – 14 October 2019

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

Learn to API
Written by: Kin Lane

The 3 traps when it comes to blockchain and business – and how to avoid them
Written by: Rajesh Dhuddu

When Testers Become Crisis Management
Written by: Rachel Kibler

Why You Should Be Testing in Production
Written by: Kristin Jackvony

The One Skill That Will Make You a Successful Leader
Written by: Lolly Daskal

Quote of the day:
“A mind is like a parachute. It doesn’t work if it is not open.” -Frank Zappa

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Five Blogs – 24 September 2019

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

The internet is more fragile than you think
Written by: Vasileios Giotsas

Tester’s Diary: Mapping Out Testing on a Journey to DevOps
Written by: Carol Brands

Business Users Do Not Search For API Solutions, They Just Search For Solutions
Written by: Kin Lane

The 4 Mindsets of High Performance Teams
Written by: Randy Conley

How to approach test case design
Written by: Gerie Owen

Quote of the day:
“Better to be at the bottom of a ladder you want to climb than in the middle of some ladder you don’t, right?” -Dave Eggers

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