Five Blogs – 22 February 2018

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

What if you were curious?
Written by: Mary Jo Asmus

The 4 Questions All Leaders Must Ask
Written by: Bruce Court

When You Have to Carry Out a Decision You Disagree With
Written by: Art Markman

Introducing intentional vs. accidental bugs
Written by: Maaret Pyhäjärvi

Intensity of Focus
Written by: Francisco Sáez

Quote of the day:
“Just because things hadn’t gone the way I had planned didn’t necessarily mean they had gone wrong” -Ann Patchett

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Five Blogs – 24 January 2018

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

The gamification of Software Testing
Written by: Pete Houghton

10 Misguided Reasons Not To Hire Testers
Written by: Kate Paulk

3 Ways to Improve Your Decision Making
Written by: Walter Frick

Attributes of a Good Mentor
Written by: Thomas Cagley

Learning Programming Test-Driven
Written by: Maaret Pyhäjärvi

Quote of the day:
“Like so many unfortunate events in life, just because you don’t understand it doesn’t mean it isn’t so.” -Lemony Snickett

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Five Blogs – 19 January 2018

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

Include others in complex decisions
Written by: Mary Jo Asmus

Why is Manual testing so manual- Manual testing is intrinsically flawed
Written by: Colin Armitage

Coaching versus Mentoring
Written by: Thomas Cagley

What Great Leaders Struggle With – But Are Scared to Admit
Written by: Lolly Daskal

Never Say “I’m Sorry” Unless You Mean It
Written by: Frank Sonnenberg

Quote of the day:
“Maybe the purpose of grief is to not get over it but to get through it” -Leena Sanders

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Five Blogs – 17 January 2018

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

7 Powerful Ways to Make Decisions with Confidence
Written by: Lolly Daskal

They are “Lessons to be Learned”, not “Lessons Learned”
Written by: Mike Griffiths

3 Questions to Ask Before Estimating an Agile Program
Written by: Johanna Rothman

I have goals. I have no goals.
Written by: Rosie Sherry

How to Avoid the 5 Career Derailers
Written by: Michael McKinney

Quote of the day:
“Couples who play together stay together.” -Jillian Yuhas and Jan Yuhas

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Five Blogs – 4 January 2018

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

10 Questions I Ask Myself Each Week and You Should Too in 2018
Written by: Mark Hunter

When to Decentralize Decision Making, and When Not To
Written by: Frederic Wirtz and Herman Vantrappen

Why Remote Workers Fail
Written by: Scott Berkun

2018 Goal: Less Agile and Scrum Talk
Written by: John Cutler

5 Steps to Start the New Year Productively
Written by: Francisco Sáez

Quote of the day:
“Disciplines are greater than resolutions, and by a wide margin” -Anthony Iannarino

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Five Blogs – 8 November 2017

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

Winning at Strategic Automation with the CRAWL Mnemonic
Written by: Jon Robinson

Three Levels of Metric Maturity : Decision Making
Written by: Chris Matts

Shift Left Approach: Why Do You Need to Perform Early Software Testing?
Written by: Subhendu Pattnaik

The Leadership Lessons From Failures
Written by: Mary Kelly

Facebook Ad’s Massive Design Bug
Written by: Chris Kenst

Quote of the day:
“Ends and beginnings — there are no such things. There are only middles.” -Robert Frost

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Five Blogs – 30 October 2017

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

Is Test Automation for Regression Purposes Worth It?
Written by: Jon Robinson

Quality != Quality
Written by: James Thomas

3 Proven Productivity Boosters for Your Mid-Day Slump
Written by: Jessica Thiefels

Introducing STPA – a new Test Analysis Technique
Written by: Anders Dinsen

Consensus Decision-Making
Written by: Tom Cagley

Quote of the day:
“Great minds discuss ideas. Average minds discuss events. Small minds discuss people.” -Eleanor Roosevelt

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