Five Blogs – 2 May 2019

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

Testers, DevOps, and Enabling Digital Transformation
Written by: Gerie Owen

Uber, Lyft, and Unintended Consequences
Written by: Peter Varhol

Slack Is Not Where ‘Deep Work’ Happens
Written by: Nuclino

Innovators show-up more often than everyone else
Written by: Anuj Magazine

Managing People: Avoiding The Reputation Trap
Written by: Emmanuel Goossaert

Quote of the day:
“Nobody can stop you but you. You need to get rid of those excuses and stop pointing fingers at other people.” -Eric Thomas

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Five Blogs – 22 March 2019

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

To Drive Innovation, We Need To Hire For Diversity And Empathy
Written by: Greg Satell

How LEGO® can help you facilitate self-designing teams
Written by: Erik Talboom

Parallelizing test automation? Read this first.
Written by: Paul Grizzaffi

Devops – Integrating team cultures
Written by: Vipul Gupta

We Use Less Information to Make Decisions Than We Think
Written by: Ed O’Brien

Quote of the day:
“The most effective way to do it, is to do it.” -Amelia Earheart

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Five Blogs – 28 January 2019

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

6 Easy Habits That Will Help You Become the Leader You Want to Be
Written by: Lolly Daskal

My Learning – Part 1 – Background
Written by: Erik Brickarp

Determining the Ideal Tester to Developer Ratio
Written by: Justin Rohrman

Egoprogramophobia, Or Fear of One’s Own Code: How Testing Can Change Your Life
Written by: Emily Freeman

The Life and Death of a Product Startup
Written by: Adam Knight

Quote of the day:
“Time only moves in one direction. Remember that. Things always change.” -Mohsin Hamid

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Five Blogs – 9 November 2018

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

Continuous Testing Is Not Automation
Written by: Adam Auerbach

The Surprising Truth About Leadership
Written by: Lolly Daskal

5 Reasons Successful People Need Grit
Written by: LaRae Quy

User Stories and Legacy Code
Written by: Thomas Cagley

Why The Biggest Breakthroughs Often Come From The Quiet Geniuses
Written by: Greg Satell

Quote of the day:
“You are not broken, you are becoming.” -Bianca Sparacino

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Five Blogs – 7 November 2018

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

Turning Observation into Innovation
Written by: Michael McKinney

7 Ways Monitoring Can Help You Be a Better Tester
Written by: Lina Zubyte

How to Stop Delegating and Start Teaching
Written by: Art Markman

The ‘Do Nothing’ heuristic
Written by: Anne-Marie Charrett

No fear: How to test software in production
Written by: Amber Race

Quote of the day:
“Sometimes the memory of someone is better than the reality of them.” -Steve Maraboli

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Five Blogs – 6 November 2018

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

Do You Feel You Can Affect Change?
Written by: Jon Mertz

Strategy Deployment and the Agile Industrial Complex
Written by: Karl Scotland

Blockchain: An Enterprise Architect Perspective
Written by: Edzo Botjes

The state of UI testing at Mixpanel
Written by: Mack Duan

Why Are We Making Innovation So Complex?
Written by: Paul Hobcraft

Quote of the day:
“There are two kinds of variation. The variation that comes from common causes and the variation from something special.” -Bill Deming

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Five Blogs – 29 October 2018

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

How Much Testing is Enough for Quality Assurance?
Written by: Erik Dietrich

The Most Successful Leaders Do These 10 Things Every Day
Written by: Lolly Daskal

Digital Transformation
Written by: Bob Marshall

Innovation is About Getting Beyond the Idea
Written by: Ralph-Christian Ohr

Before You Log That Bug…
Written by: Kristin Jackvony

Quote of the day:
“If you’re going to have a story, have a big story.” -Joseph Campbell

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