Five Blogs – 26 March 2015

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

Strong Leaders Ask For Help
Written by: Jesse Lyn Stoner

Experiencing the Difference Between Dev & Ops and DevOps
Written by: Ben Linders

Test automation – five questions leading to five heuristics
Written by: Joep Schuurkes

Testing Education: Curriculum
Written by: Erik Brickarp

Is it Time to Kill off ‘Career’?
Written by: Julie Giulioni

Quote of the day:
“Expect the unexpected, and whenever possible, be the unexpected” -Lynda Berry

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Five Blogs – 24 October 2013

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

Ten Tips for Delegating – The Best Time Management Tool
Written by: Jesse Lyn Stoner

Why Leaders Need To Move Beyond First Impressions
Written by: Tanveer Naseer

Bureaucracy is a Bogeyman
Written by: Julian Birkinshaw

Building an Advisory Board: Practitioners vs Coaches
Written by: Hunter Walk

How Improv Can Improve Your Teaching
Written by: Jen Olenizcak

Quote of the day:
“When you want what you have never had, you must do what you have never done” -Unknown

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Five Blogs – 23 October 2013

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

Testing: An Obvious Career Choice
Written by: Chris George

A Separation of Concerns
Written by: Liz Keogh

An Adult Conversation about Project Risk Management
Written by: Payson Hall

What Does ‘DevOps’ Mean to You?
Written by: Scott Barber

Are we there yet?
Written by: Anne-Marie Charrett

Quote of the day:
“Don’t blame the person, fix the system” -W. Edwards Deming

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Five Blogs – 30 September 2013

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

Going Exploratory
Written by: Erik Brickarp

3 Questions to Ask When Facing Fear [And Why Wobbly Courage Is Enough]
Written by: Darren Rowse

Testers Who Code or Coders Who Test: Who’s More Valuable?
Written by: Peter Shih

I Am A Software Tester
Written by: Pete Walen

On DevOps … Or Something like it
Written by: Matt Heusser

EXTRA:

Less Is More
Written by: Rosie Sherry

Quote of the day:
“Don’t be different just to be different. Be different to be better.” -Seth Godin

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Five Blogs – 9 September 2013

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

Devil in the Details: How to Connect Ideas in Text
Written by: Helena Jeret-Mäe

Our Self-Inflicted Complexity
Written by: Roger Martin

On Being Replaceable, Role Traps and Adding Value
Written by: Simon Morley

You are committing a crime right now
Written by: Robert Graham

Questioning auditors questioning testing
Written by: James Christie

Quote of the day:
“As you live your hours, so you create your years.” -Lolly Daskal

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Five Blogs – 9 April 2013

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

Myths or Why Agile May Not Save You
Written by: Pete Walen

How to get your ops folks to understand agility (make them read this, for starters)
Written by: Andi Gutmans

Two ways of thinking, one objective
Written by: Francisco Sáez

Why You Should Take the Blame
Written by: Peter Bregman

My adventures with Big Data
Written by: James Christie

Quote of the day:
“Making meaning is a … process of reflecting, exploring, inquiring, clarifying, and resolving.” -Mark Addleson

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Five Blogs – 13 February 2013

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

Relax! You’ll Be More Productive
Written by: Tony Schwartz

CHAMPFROGS… The 10 Intrinsic Desires
Written by: Jurgen Appelo

“rutenso” – the art of working with complex systems
Written by: Greg Fisher

A unified theory of IT management: reconciling DevOps and ITSM/ITIL
Written by: Skeptic (Rob England)

Before You Innovate, Ask the Right Questions
Written by: Greg Satell

EXTRA:

Another Alternative to the Retrospective “Prime Directive”
Written by: Ted M. Young

Quote of the day:
“Management is about arranging and telling. Leadership is about nurturing and enhancing.” -Tom Peters

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