Five Blogs – 13 Augustus 2019

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

Scrum, Kanban, and ScrumBan: What’s the Difference?
Written by: Nishi Grover Garg

Where Do Bugs Come From? Part III
Written by: Gil Zilberfeld

A Pipeline Friendly Layered Testing Strategy & Recipe for DEV and QA
Written by: Roy Osherove

How Continuous Testing Advances Your Business Goals
Written by: Mush Honda

5 Website-Related Skills Your Clients Should Know
Written by: Eric Karkovack

Quote of the day:
“I’ve reached the age where bruises are formed from failures within rather than accidents without” -Nicole Krauss

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Five Blogs – 6 Augustus 2019

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

Measuring psychological safety
Written by: Richard McLean

Testing in the Galaxy- Chapter 4: “Testing of auto-generated cities, homes and other properties. From isolated manual sink testing to automated android-assisted testing”
Written by: Anton Angelov

All You Need To Know About Automation Testing Life Cycle
Written by: Smriti Arya

The Non-Verbal Feedback
Written by: Maaret Pyhäjärvi

Measuring Our Continuous Delivery Progress
Written by: Rob Hornby

Quote of the day:
“Sometimes, the smartest remark is silence.” -Arthur Golden

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Five Blogs – 10 July 2019

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

Test Everywhere: A Journey into DevOps and Continuous Testing
Written by: Anastasios Daskalopoulos

Continuous Testing, Shifting Left, and Test Automation: Getting It Straight
Written by: Wayne Ariola

“I wish I had more data”
Written by: Seth Godin

11 Inspiring Leadership Secrets from Bonsai
Written by: David Dye

The Future of Learning
Written by: Niklas Göke.

Quote of the day:
“Don’t cling to things, because everything is impermanent.” -Mitch Albom

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Five Blogs – 4 July 2019

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

You do not need to make the wrong assumptions about your users anymore
Written by: Joel Montvelisky

Collaboration or Not? Applying A Framework To Evaluate
Written by: Thomas Cagley

Deep Fakes and A Brave New World
Written by: Peter Varhol

Boeing’s 737 MAX software outsourced to $12.80-an-hour engineers
Written by: Peter Robison

Dealing with a Test Automation Bottleneck
Written by: Michael Stahl

Quote of the day:
“The art of allowing: if it comes, let it come. If it goes, let it go. Never force it.” -Ebonee Davis

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Five Blogs – 26 June 2019

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

Forget About Bugs
Written by: Dave Westerveld

How DevOps Has Changed the Landscape of Testing
Written by: Brendan Connolly

Ask Me Anything – Testability
Written by: Ash Winter

Verifying Entire API Responses
Written by: Angie Jones

Bootstrapping Whilst Home Educating 5 Kids
Written by: Rosie Sherry

Quote of the day:
“I need someone who knows how to stay” -Warsan Shire

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Five Blogs – 24 June 2019

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

Observability Doesn’t Work in Dev
Written by: Dan Miller

Move fast and make things better
Written by: Chris Kenst

Sorting the tools
Written by: Arlene Andrews

Platforms and Blockchain Will Transform Logistics
Written by: Sangeet Paul Choudary, Marshall W. Van Alstyne and Geoffrey G. Parker

Database Testing
Written by: Kristin Jackvony

Quote of the day:
“There is hope, even if your brain tells you there isn’t.” -Deepak Chopra

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Five Blogs – 20 June 2019

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

3 steps to improve your test-dev relationship
Written by: Jenny Bramble and Adrian P. Dunston

DevOps Testers: a Swiss Army Knife’s worth of skills
Written by: Amit Kulkarni

Using “Six Honest Serving Men” as a problem analysis tool
Written by: Peter Gould

Our first exploratory testing session
Written by: UndevelopedBruce

Towards multiverse databases
Written by: Adrian Colyer

Quote of the day:
“In a soulmate we find not company, but a completed solitude” -Robert Brault

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