Five Blogs – 8 February 2016

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

Make the Time: 4 Reasons to Attend Conferences
Written by: Megan Dougherty

The Differences between Happiness and Meaning in Life
Written by: Scott Barry Kaufman

Storytelling A Tool For More Than Just Presentations
Written by: Thomas Cagley

Few Best Practices Around Mobile Testing and Agility
Written by: Eran Kinsbruner

How Too Much Education Can Result in Ignorance
Written by: Steven Mazie

Quote of the day:
“Those who do not move do not notice their chains” -Scott Barry Kaufman

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Five Blogs – 29 January 2016

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

Test Types – D, E, F
Written by: Arborosa

Why Most Change Efforts Fail and 7 Guidelines to Ensure Your Team Succeeds
Written by: Jesse Lyn Stoner

Should a failed test on CI automatically raise a bug?
Written by: Gareth Waterhouse

The Role of Stories In Presentations, or The Two Reasons to Use Stories As A Presentation Tool
Written by: Thomas Cagley

Using Data in Problem-Solving
Written by: Esther Derby

Quote of the day:
“We gain the strength of the temptation we resist” -Ralph Waldo Emerson

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Five Blogs – 18 April 2014

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

Using Exploratory Testing to Drive Automation
Written by: John Stevenson

How to Lie with Data Visualization
Written by: Ravi Parikh

The 4 Hardest Words You’ve Never Said
Written by: Dan Rockwell

Behavior follows system follows mindset
Written by: Flavius Stef

Welcome to the Age of Work/Life Integration
Written by: Matthew Kosinski

Quote of the day:
“If you doubt the power of focus, try riding two bikes simultaneously” -Tim Fargo

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Five Blogs – 16 January 2014

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

Collaboration Across Locations
Written by: Lanette Creamer

Being A Great Tester May Be Easier Than You Think
Written by: Eric Jacobson

Playing What If: The End Of Light Bulbs
Written by: Randy Murray

8 Things to Remember When Everything Goes Wrong
Written by: Marc Chernoff

Writing Is Thinking
Written by: Sally Kerrigan

Quote of the day:
“My heroes are the ones who survived doing it wrong, who made mistakes, but recovered from them” -Bono

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Five Blogs – 23 July 2013

NOTE: I will be away this week, but I’ll try to post my five blogs per day. It can be delayed.

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

Challenges of a Sapient Tester in a Factory Environment
Written by: Alessandra Moreira

Estimating Complexity
Written by: Liz Keogh

Expertise, Skills and the Whole Team
Written by: Pete Walen

Benjamin Mitchell and the Trap of False Hypocrisy
Written by: James Bach

Leadership In the Online Age: A Reflection On Team-Building
Written by: Daniel Ackerson

EXTRA:

Giving the gift of support
Written by: Mary Jo Asmus

Quote of the day:
“They most assume, who know the least.” -John Gay

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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 – 16 May 2012

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

Why common sense is not common practice
Written by: Scott Berkun

Programs and Technical Debt
Written by: Johanna Rothman

Please Don’t Learn to Code
Written by: Jeff Atwood

New Articles — and an announcement
Written by: Matt Heusser

How do I start security testing?
Written by: Santhosh Tuppad

Quote of the day:
“People rarely succeed unless they have fun in what they are doing.” -Dale Carnegie

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