Five Blogs – 1 Augustus 2019

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

2 Ways Developers Can Contribute to Better Testing
Written by: Justin Rohrman

The Question to Ask Yourself
Written by: Randy Gage

The Black, White and Grey of Leadership
Written by: Jim Taggart

How to Hack Your Luck?
Written by: Antti Niittyviita

Testers, Please Speak to the Developers!
Written by: Louise Gibbs

Quote of the day:
“I want to fight, scratch it off, start again, because I start to see and understand.” -Claude Monet

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Five Blogs – 6 June 2019

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

People-Pleasers: The Good, The Bad, and The Fixable
Written by: Zach Morgan

Handling Authentication Requests with Selenium – Part 2: Using a Web Proxy for Basic Authentication
Written by: Jim Evans

The New Role of Test Assurance Officer and Test Coach
Written by: Jan Jaap Cannegieter and Han Niessing

A test tool secret
Written by: Matt Heusser

I am Tester, I am Developer
Written by: Duncan Nisbet

Quote of the day:
“Soon I will sleep, and my brain will begin to delete everything. Tomorrow I will go through it all again.” -S. J. Watson

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Five Blogs – 27 February 2019

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

The Law of the First Step
Written by: Jon Mertz

Five Things to Make Your User Interface Tests Better: Bad Practices Cost You Time, Money, and Tears
Written by: Jim Holmes

To Improve Your Team, First Work on Yourself
Written by: Jennifer Porter

Leadership and Trust: 3 Elements
Written by: Tanmay Vora

Setup of a Clean Swift pattern helps writing unit tests
Written by: Jeroen de Vrind

Quote of the day:
“Good, better, best. Never let it rest. ‘Til your good is better and your better is best.” -St. Jerome

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Five Blogs – 25 February 2019

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

Easy Free Automation Part VI: Security Tests
Written by: Kristin Jackvony

The 9 Key Benefits of an Engaged Workforce
Written by: David Grossman

My learning – Part 18 – Reflections
Written by: Erik Brickarp

Seeing is Believing: Representation as Inspiration
Written by: Justin Kanoya

How to Avoid the Copy-Cat Leadership Trap
Written by: Scott Cochrane

Quote of the day:
“And it is strange that absence can feel like presence” -Ally Condie

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Five Blogs – 12 February 2019

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

The Future of Maintainability is CI
Written by: Matt Heusser

AI and Art III: The Work
Written by: Mike LaBossiere

My Learning – Part 9 – Books
Written by: Erik Brickarp

Why You Should Work Less and Spend More Time on Hobbies
Written by: Gaetano DiNardi

Digesting Criticism: How to Process Difficult Information
Written by: Molly Page

Quote of the day:
“A lot can happen between now and never” -Aidan Gillen

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Five Blogs – 15 January 2019

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

A process has no name
Written by: Tristan Harward

Seek the Counter Argument
Written by: Molly Page

Systems Thinking: Using the 5 Whys
Written by: Linda Fisher Thornton

3 First Steps to Make Your Business Make an Impact
Written by: B the Change

No more problematic faves
Written by: Serena Chen

Quote of the day:
“Memories of you are sometimes almost overpowering” -Vincent Van Gogh

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Five Blogs – 2 November 2018

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

Attributes of a Toxic Environment
Written by: Thomas Cagley

BDD in Action: Dissecting the Conversation
Written by: Justin Rohrman

Maintaining Patience in an Impatient World
Written by: Eric Torrence

7 Ways to Be a Socially Responsible Business Traveler
Written by: Deborah Song

Making a case for less automation
Written by: Bas Dijkstra

Quote of the day:
“The universe is so well balanced that the mere fact that you have a problem also serves as a sign that there is a solution” -Steve Maraboli

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