Five Blogs – 15 December 2016

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

Perfect software: the enemy of rapid deployment?
Written by: Sally Goble

How to Apologize When You Screw Up at Work
Written by: Jim Whitehurst

Principles of a good tester…
Written by: Elizabeth Fiennes

Giving the good advice
Written by: Joris Meerts

(Not so) useful metrics in test automation
Written by: Bas Dijkstra

Quote of the day:
“When you do what you fear most, then you can do anything” -Stephen Richards

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Five Blogs – 12 March 2015

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

Control Your Environment
Written by: Francisco Sáez

The Dark side of Continuous Deployment
Written by: John Stevenson

10 Scientifically Proven Ways to Build and Manage Great Teams
Written by: Jeff Haden

How Full to Fill a Sprint
Written by: Mike Cohn

How to Manage Someone Who Can’t Handle Ambiguity
Written by: Manfred F. R. Kets de Vries

Quote of the day:
“I will not let anyone walk through my mind with their dirty feet” -Mahatma Gandhi

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Five Blogs – 15 April 2013

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

How Serious Are We About Learning?
Written by: Cameron D. Norman

Make Priorities Clear with Green, Yellow, and Red
Written by: Anthony K. Tjan

Trust Rules: The Most Important Secret About Trust
Written by: Susan M. Heathfield

What testing can learn from social science – Part 5
Written by: Huib Schoots

What Does Your Great Boss Do?
Written by: S. Chris Edmonds

EXTRA:

Test in production?
Written by: Alister Scott

Quote of the day:
“Success isn’t permanent and failure isn’t fatal.” -Mike Ditka

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Five Blogs – 26 February 2013

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

What makes agile testing different?
Written by: Huib Schoots

Software delivery is fundamentally broken?
Written by: Markus Gärtner

Blog: “Manual” and “Automated” Testing
Written by: Michael Bolton

Manual Testing Does Exist and It Is Bad
Written by: Ron Jeffries

The Virtues of Confusion
Written by: Annie Murphy Paul

EXTRA:

Please Let Manual Testers Be Manual Testers
Written by: Mark Collin

Quote of the day:
“You can do anything in this world if you are prepared to take the consequences.” -W. Somerset Maugham

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Five Blogs – 2 October 2012

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

10 Lessons I learned About Failure
Written by: LaRae Quy

Software development is not manufacturing
Written by: Nick Oostvogels

Perfect does not mean productive
Written by: Francisco Sáez

Leading By Example and Some Mistaken Beliefs
Written by: Gwyn Teatro

21 Tips to Become the Most Productive Person You Know
Written by: Robin Sharma

Quote of the day:
“Life is like a tenspeed bike. Most of us have gears we never use.” -Charles M. Schulz

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Five Blogs – 14 Augustus 2012

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

How to Become a Productivity Ninja
Written by: Steve Kamb

9 Ways for Bosses to Boost Their Team Productivity
Written by: Craig Jarrow

For Your Leadership Tool Box… 6 x 6
Written by: Mark Miller

Can Complainers Become Leaders
Written by: Dan Rockwell

List of requirements for a new test environment
Written by: Mike Meurs

EXTRA:

5 Powerful Lessons From My Vacation.
Written by: Rich Gee

Quote of the day:
“Success seems to be connected with action. Successful men keep moving. They make mistakes, but they do not quit.” -C. Hilton

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Five Blogs – 10 Augustus 2012

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

Putting a Price on Testing, Part 1
Written by: Iain McCowatt

10 Ways to Win at Time Management Today
Written by: Marissa Brassfield

Learning from the frustration of test case debates
Written by: Brian Osman

How to deliver a qualitative product
Written by: Mike Meurs

The Disciplined Pursuit of Less
Written by: Greg McKeown

Quote of the day:
“Impossible situations can become possible miracles.” -Robert H. Schuller

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