Five Blogs – 16 September 2021

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

The first step to build a secure application
Written by: Vickie Li

How to Overcome Yourself On The Laziest Day
Written by: Angela Johnson

Over 60 million wearable, fitness tracking records exposed via unsecured database
Written by: Charlie Osborne

7 Truths about Chronic Complainers Every Leader Needs Today
Written by: Dan Rockwell

Out of Office
Written by: Brian Milner

Quote of the day:
“Results are gained by exploiting opportunities, not by solving problems.” -Peter Drucker

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Five Blogs – 9 July 2021

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Waterfall, Baking and Slow Feedback
Written by: Nicola Lindgren

DRY or Don’t Repeat Yourself in test automation – part 1
Written by: Han Toan Lim

When Nothing Goes Right, Shift Left
Written by: Niranjani Manoharan

The focus on the last thing
Written by: Seth Godin

Organizational Learning – The Influencing Dynamics Of Scenario Planning
Written by: Lance Mortlock

Quote of the day:
“The most profound choice in life is to either accept things as they exist or to accept the responsibility for changing them” -Don Koberg

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Five Blogs – 29 April 2021

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Blog: “Manual Testing”: What’s the Problem?
Written by: Michael Bolton

On Deepfakes and Geography
Written by: Peter Varhol

When It Hurts Too Much, Leave
Written by: Ryan Latta

Dealing with new tabs in Cypress
Written by: Kevin Tuck

Should a Team Assign Work During Sprint Planning?
Written by: Mike Cohn

Quote of the day:
“Even the best of us get rejected. It’s what you do about it that counts.” -Daniel Dae Kim

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Five Blogs – 6 November 2020

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How to Make Remote Employees Feel Included
Written by: Lena Linetti

How to Deal with Automating Tests for Third-Party Integrations
Written by: Dennis Martinez

What Lifecycle or Agile Approach Fits Your Context? Part 6, Create Your Agile Approach
Written by: Johanna Rothman

Planning for a Better 2021 – The “Follow-Up”
Written by: Steve Keating

State Machines, part 4: Testing
Written by: Bill Wake

Quote of the day:
“It’s only a sure defeat when you stop trying” -Ann Aguirre

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Five Blogs – 3 November 2020

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What Lifecycle or Agile Approach Fits Your Context? Part 5, Origins of Agile Approaches
Written by: Johanna Rothman

7 Habits of Highly Effective Notes Taking at Conferences
Written by: Emna Ayadi

Microsoft’s New 6-Word Remote Work Policy Is Brilliant
Written by: Justin Bariso

The Mindset of Developers: Code Libraries vs. Frameworks [Part 1]
Written by: Yoni Flenner

Planning for a Better 2021 – The “Launch”
Written by: Steve Keating

Quote of the day:
“Don’t stay stagnant. Lack of movement leads us to death.” -Cassey Ho

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Five Blogs – 30 October 2020

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Test automation failure
Written by: Conrad Braam

Planning for a Better 2021 – The “Time Table”
Written by: Steve Keating

What Lifecycle or Agile Approach Fits Your Context? Part 4, Iterative and Incremental but Not Agile Lifecycles
Written by: Johanna Rothman

The Vuln, the Breach and the Ransom
Written by: Maaret Pyhäjärvi

Don’t Let Flaky Tests Ruin Your Automation
Written by: Dennis Martinez

Quote of the day:
“The opposite of loneliness, it’s not togetherness. It is intimacy.” -Richard Bach

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Five Blogs – 28 October 2020

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What Lifecycle or Agile Approach Fits Your Context? Part 3, Incremental Lifecycles
Written by: Johanna Rothman

Planning for a Better 2021 – The “Will Do”
Written by: Steve Keating

Testing on the Toilet: Testing UI Logic? Follow the User!
Written by: Carlos Israel Ortiz García

7 Types of Testing Beyond What Customers See
Written by: Cameron Laird

Why Security Vulnerability Assessments Are Necessary
Written by: Akshaya Choudhary

Quote of the day:
“Great things take time” -Asif Ahsan Khan

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Five Blogs – 26 October 2020

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Importance of Exploratory Testing
Written by: Mariia Hutsuk

What Lifecycle or Agile Approach Fits Your Context? Part 2, Iterative Lifecycles
Written by: Johanna Rothman

Do You Need to Learn To Be Better With People
Written by: Lolly Daskal

Using DevTools Search to Locate WebElements
Written by: Kristin Jackvony

Planning for a Better 2021 – The “Won’t Do”
Written by: Steve Keating

EXTRA:

Launching my testing consultancy, Dr Lee Consulting
Written by: Lee Hawkins

Quote of the day:
“Who’s to say tomorrow won’t be the best day of your life?” -Matty Healy

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Five Blogs – 20 October 2020

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Names and Identities Change – You Should Design for That
Written by: Mattie Behrens

Planning for a Better 2021 – The “As Is”
Written by: Steve Keating

COVID-19 revealed a shocking fact about leadership
Written by: Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic

How to Get Started with Performance Testing: The Basics And A Little More
Written by: Johanna South

Testing at the UI Level
Written by: Aleksandr Chistiakov

Quote of the day:
“Adults follow paths. Children explore.” -Neil Gaiman

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Five Blogs – 15 October 2020

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Why Self-Talk Is The Most Important Hack In The World
Written by: LaRae Quy

20 Magic Words for Coaching Conversations
Written by: Toby Sinclair

Planning for a Better 2021 – The “Should Be”
Written by: Steve Keating

How to Work With A Leader Who is Disengaged
Written by: Lolly Daskal

The Future of Ops Jobs
Written by: Charity Majors

Quote of the day:
“Just because it isn’t happening right now doesn’t mean it never will.” -Daniell Koepke

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