Five Blogs – 28 June 2018

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

Chaos Engineering at LinkedIn: The “LinkedOut” Failure Injection Testing Framework
Written by: Daniel Bryant

Why to Work From Coffee Shops For Better Productivity
Written by: Lesley J. Vos

Facebook Built A New Team To Spot Problems Before They Arise
Written by: Alex Kantrowitz

6 Proven Reasons Why Innovative Leaders Are Successful
Written by: LaRae Quy

0 Reasons Why You Shouldn’t Wait Until Deadlines
Written by: Craig Jarrow

Quote of the day:
“Forgive yourself every night, Recommit every morning.” -Carl Alexandrè

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Five Blogs – 20 June 2018

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

Balancing with our time
Written by: Maaret Pyhäjärvi

If You Don’t Explore, You Won’t Invent And You Will Be Disrupted
Written by: Greg Satell

“Tests are useless if they don’t fail.”
Written by: Simon ‘Peter’ Schrijver

Ten Agile Axioms That Make Managers Anxious
Written by: Steve Denning

Which Test Cases Should I Automate?
Written by: Michael Bolton

Quote of the day:
“You can’t find someone who doesn’t want to be found” -Isabel Allende

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Five Blogs – 19 June 2018

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

Coaching: Trust and Innovation
Written by: Thomas Cagley

Opting out of A/B Tests while Running your Automated Tests
Written by: Chris Kenst

It’s Not a Problem, It’s an Experience
Written by: Leo Babauta

Personal Branding is Over. Start Anew with a Societal Brand.
Written by: Jon Mertz

10 Life Improvement Secrets That Actually Work
Written by: Jack White

Quote of the day:
“Spend less time giving your opinions and more time seeking the opinions of others” -Mike Myatt

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Five Blogs – 4 April 2018

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

A Tester Walks into a Bar: Reviewing Test Techniques
Written by: László Szegedi

How GE Got Disrupted
Written by: Greg Satell

If Your Data Is Bad, Your Machine Learning Tools Are Useless
Written by: Thomas C. Redman

A3 Method: Simple And Powerful
Written by: Thomas Cagley

The Who, What, When, and How of Pair Testing
Written by: Simon P. Schrijver

Quote of the day:
“I’m not running away, I’m moving on.” -Irvine Welsh

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Five Blogs – 27 February 2018

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

Good Mentors Help You Work Through Strong Emotions
Written by: Wendy Murphy

Mabl – AI Machine Learning Test Automation
Written by: Joe Colantonio

The 5 Whys
Written by: Greg Satell

The Meta-Game of Regression Testing Tooling
Written by: Matt Heusser

Faster. Faster. Faster.
Written by: John Cutler

Quote of the day:
“Until we accept the fact that life itself is founded in mystery, we shall learn nothing.” -Henry Miller

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Five Blogs – 7 February 2018

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

3 Things You Need to Solve a Really Tough Problem
Written by: Greg Satell

5 Ways to Be 100 Times Happier, Right Now
Written by: Shannon Kaiser

We All Want to Live a Great Story… So Why Don’t We?
Written by: Jeremy Chandler

The Siren Call of Test Metrics
Written by: Kim Engel

Launching Automation in Testing
Written by: Richard Bradshaw

Quote of the day:
“The scariest thing about distance is that you don’t know whether they’ll miss you or forget you” -Nicholas Sparks

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Five Blogs – 16 January 2018

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

The 70-20-10 Rule
Written by: Greg Satell

#WorkTrends Recap: Pacing for Growth
Written by: Meghan M. Biro

If You Want Employee Accountability, Keep Them IN the Box
Written by: Randy Conley

6 Keys To Escaping Survival Mode
Written by: Scott Mabry

Listening is the greatest compliment – Active Listening for Managers
Written by: Rob Lambert

Quote of the day:
“Practice things until you can’t get them wrong. Not until you get them right. There’s a big difference” -Lewis Pugh

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