Five Blogs – 11 April 2022

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Go with the Bug Flow
Written by: Robert Sabourin

The Ideal Tester-Developer Ratio
Written by: Kristin Jackvony

How good it is to meet people in person again
Written by: Joel Montvelisky

First Malware Targeting AWS Lambda Serverless Platform Discovered
Written by: Ravie Lakshmanan

Why Is Everything An Emergency?
Written by: Frank Sonnenberg

Quote of the day:
“There’s a difference between not knowing something and not wanting to admit it” -Regina Mills

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Five Blogs – 29 March 2022

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Work-Life Balance is a Myth, Aim for This Instead
Written by: Ashley Janssen

Quality Coach Career Paths
Written by: Anne-Marie Charrett

We Need To Stop Doubling Down On Bad Ideas
Written by: Greg Satell

Of Cybercriminals and IP Addresses
Written by: The Hacker News

“I’ve tested everything, there are no bugs”
Written by: Gareth Waterhouse

Quote of the day:
“Better a cruel truth than a comfortable delusion” -Edward Abbey

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Five Blogs – 16 March 2022

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Exploratory Testing FAQs
Written by: Chris Kenst

How Much Testing is Enough?
Written by: Peter G. Walen

A Bug Bash By Any Other Name…
Written by: Heather Reid

Powerful Thoughts
Written by: Steve Keating

IsaacWiper Followed HermeticWiper Attack on Ukraine Orgs
Written by: Teri Robinson

Quote of the day:
“Let us all be the leaders we wish we had” -Simon Sinek

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Five Blogs – 8 March 2022

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Google, Microsoft, Apple, and Mozilla join forces to make browsers better
Written by: Taras Buria

Learning From Mistakes Is What Separates Truly Revolutionary Leaders From Everyone Else
Written by: Greg Satell

The perils of the “real” client IP
Written by: Adam Pritchard

Managing 5 Common Types of Errors in Software Testing
Written by: Cameron Laird

Free HermeticRansom Ransomware Decryptor Released
Written by: Lisa Vaas

Quote of the day:
“The simple step of a courageous individual is not to take part in the lie” -Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

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Five Blogs – 1 December 2021

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6 Ways to Be a Better Listener
Written by: Marie Leslie

Avoiding The Need to Refactor Our Automation Code
Written by: Corina Pip

3 Times When Saying, “I Don’t Know” Is A Terrible Leadership Response
Written by: Scott Cochrane

Searching for Bugs in Open Source Code
Written by: Sue Poremba

Create a Quality Coach Job Description
Written by: Anne-Marie Charrett

Quote of the day:
“Education doesn’t make you smarter” -Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn

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Five Blogs – 23 November 2021

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Lessons Learned in Finding Bugs
Written by: Michael Bolton

How to create a document outlining your Test Strategy
Written by: Nishi Grover Garg

TBM 47/52: Operations (and ProductOps)
Written by: John Cutler

Think About This… But NOT for Too Long
Written by: Steve Keating

8 advanced threats Kaspersky predicts for 2022
Written by: Cedric Pernet

Quote of the day:
“You deserve the space that you can take up. And you can take up as much space as you need.” -Megan Rapinoe

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Five Blogs – 15 November 2021

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Improve your Functional Monitoring with the Functional Monitoring Quadrants
Written by: Bert Rijsdijk

Testing Doesn’t Improve the Product
Written by: Michael Bolton

The Ways Bugs Cost Us
Written by: Maaret Pyhäjärvi

Why You Need at Least Three Sets of Eyes on Your Code
Written by: Cameron Laird

If They Didn’t Hear it Then You Didn’t Say It
Written by: Steve Keating

Quote of the day:
“To be a champ, you have to believe in yourself when no one else will.” -Sugar Ray Robinson

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Five Blogs – 2 November 2021

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New problems, old problems
Written by: Seth Godin

You’d Better Do More Than Say You’re Listening
Written by: Steve Keating

What is a Bug Bash?
Written by: Faisal Khatri

I Don’t Give a DAMN What You Think
Written by: Bob Marshall

OWASP Top Ten updates: what changed?
Written by: The ShiftLeft Team

Quote of the day:
“I’m not waiting to be chosen. Partnership is not a prize to be won or a goal to be achieved.” -Aditi Juneja

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Five Blogs – 22 October 2021

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Can You Use the Principle of Least Regret to Choose Where to Spend Your Time
Written by: Johanna Rothman

These stealth hackers avoid Windows but target Linux as they look to steal phone data
Written by: Danny Palmer

When Everyone’s Responsible, No One’s Responsible
Written by: Frank Sonnenberg

How Easy Is It to Disappear?
Written by: Peter Varhol

The Software Bug Life Cycle (SBLC)
Written by: Cagri Ataseven

Quote of the day:
“To reach our goals, we need to trade our limiting beliefs for liberating truths.” -Michael Hyatt

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Five Blogs – 6 September 2021

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What Makes a Good Automated Test?
Written by: Kristin Jackvony

Quality Coaching: Preventing production issues
Written by: Kim Engel

5 Whys: The Ultimate Root Cause Analysis Tool
Written by: Kanbanize

Has the Word “Leader” Lost Its Meaning?
Written by: Wally Brock

Writing Sprints: A Simple Exercise That Benefits Every Writer
Written by: Joe Bunting

Quote of the day:
“The foremost rule is that you must take responsibility for your own life. Period.” -Jordan. Peterson

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