Five Blogs – 20 May 2019

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

How to get client feedback into your dev process
Written by: Maxson Tee

Similarities between SRE and testing: Alert/automation suite maintenance
Written by: Abby Bangser

Product Roles, Part 4: Product Orientation and the Role of Projects
Written by: Johanna Rothman

Six Tips for Git Success
Written by: Kristin Jackvony

Hitting Workplace Conflict Head-on
Written by: Shubha Apte

Quote of the day:
“It’s risky not to take risks” -Brandon Steiner

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Five Blogs – 16 May 2019

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

6 Steps for Succeeding with Test Automation in Agile
Written by: Bas Dijkstra

Getting Faster Pull Requests in an Agile Environment
Written by: Steve Berczuk

Product Roles, Part 3: Product or Feature Teams vs Project Teams
Written by: Johanna Rothman

Collaboration: Six Attributes For Trust
Written by: Thomas Cagley

Using Test Coverage to Inform Exploratory Testing
Written by: Jim Holmes

Quote of the day:
“I’m done with those; regrets are an excuse for people who have failed.” -Ned Vizzini

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Five Blogs – 15 May 2019

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

Leadership: the Hero, the Servant, and the Host
Written by: Marcella Bremer

How Much is Enough? Testing as Story-Telling
Written by: James Bach

On Being There
Written by: Pete Walen

Testing: Automation exploration
Written by: Arlene Andrews

Shallow Thinking
Written by: Linda Fisher Thornton

Quote of the day:
“It’s okay to lose, as long as you don’t lose the lesson.” -Brandon Steiner

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Five Blogs – 13 May 2019

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

A ScrumMaster Has No Name
Written by: Pete Walen

How to stamp out intermittent testing issues with periodic automation
Written by: Paul Grizzaffi

When Should You Collaborate and When Should You Compete
Written by: Greg Satell

A Gentle Introduction to Git
Written by: Kristin Jackvony

Tesla’s software lead is so big it should worry other automakers, AI expert says
Written by: Fred Lambert

Quote of the day:
“If there was no fear, how could there be comfort? Or courage?” -Veronica Rossi

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Five Blogs – 10 May 2019

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

Expectations around Testing
Written by: Jesper Ottosen

My Story of Test Automation
Written by: Kristīne Corbus

Testing Effectively with Limited Resources
Written by: Scott Fitzpatrick

5 Surprising Reasons You Need To Listen To Your Anger
Written by: LaRae Quy

Product Roles, Part 1: Product Managers, Product Owners, Business Analysts
Written by: Johanna Rothman

Quote of the day:
“A thought is a hard thing to control” -Susanna Kaysen

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Five Blogs – 9 May 2019

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

Is It Ever Too Early For Automation?
Written by: Paul Grizzaffi

On Multiple Givens, Whens and Thens
Written by: Liz Keogh

The Stigma That Keeps Consultants from Using Flex Time
Written by: Aliya Hamid Rao and Alison Wynn

6 Ways Testers Can Add Value (Other Than Functional Testing) [article]
Written by: Ajay Balamurugadas

Open Sourcing Your Mindset
Written by: Brendan Connolly

Quote of the day:
“You just learn as time passes” -Cardi B

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Five Blogs – 7 May 2019

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

Seven Excuses Software Testers Need to Stop Making
Written by: Kristin Jackvony

Risk Based Testing | Part Three | Bug Prevention and Bug Detection
Written by: Dan Ashby

How to Get Your Boss Excited About Your Idea
Written by: Karin Hurt and David Dye

Differences Between AI and Machine Learning, and Why it Matters
Written by: Roberto Iriondo

How Complaining Physically Rewires Your Brain To Be Anxious And Depressed
Written by: DailyHealthPost Editorial

Quote of the day:
“Don’t dwell on what went wrong. Instead, focus on what to do next.” -Denis Waitley

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