Five Blogs – 20 December 2019

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

Accelerating your value through productivity, mindfulness and social hacks
Written by: Raj Subrameyer

Testing Serverless Applications
Written by: Peter Varhol and Gerie Owen

How to Prioritize QA Tasks
Written by: Brian Hamilton

Courageous Communication
Written by: Gelinas & James

Breaking the Test Case Addiction (Part 8)
Written by: Michael Bolton

Quote of the day:
“What is right in your situation may not be right in mine” -Benjamin Hardy

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Five Blogs – 19 December 2019

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Take a real break, leader! Your life and your work depend on it.
Written by: Dan Rockwell

Prioritization: Advanced Quantitative Approaches – Pros and Cons of WSJF
Written by: Thomas Cagley

Less Code, More Power
Written by: Brian Dang

Protect Yourself from Bad Information
Written by: Frank Sonnenberg

Small Promises Regularly Kept
Written by: John Cutler

Quote of the day:
“May I never be complete. May I never be content. May I never be perfect.” -Chuck Palahniuk

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Five Blogs – 17 December 2019

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How to write great acceptance criteria
Written by: Adam Knight

WaterfallProcess
Written by: Martin Fowler

2 Ways to Know Your Work Is Actually Done
Written by: Justin Rohrman

Simple Quantitative Prioritization: Rank Ordering ROI
Written by: Thomas Cagley

This Is How You Build Trust In Your Relationships
Written by: LaRae Quy

Quote of the day:
“Start the day with positivity and expect miracles” -Gabby Bernstein

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Five Blogs – 13 December 2019

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Advanced Qualitative Prioritization: Kano Model
Written by: Thomas Cagley

Mindmaps and Heuristics for testing
Written by: Samantha Connelly

5 Myths About Strategy
Written by: Stephen Bungay

Fixing strategy execution with commander’s intent
Written by: Art Petty

Which Programming Language Is Most Popular for UI Test Automation in 2019?
Written by: Angie Jones

Quote of the day:
“There are no wrong turnings. Only paths we had not known we were meant to walk.” -Guy Gavriel Kay

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Five Blogs – 11 December 2019

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Prioritization: Intermediate Qualitative Approach
Written by: Thomas Cagley

How to Measure the Value of your Test Automation?
Written by: Prashant Hedge

7 Emerging Automated Software Testing Trends to Look Out in 2020
Written by: TestingWhiz

The First Test On a New Feature
Written by: Maaret Pyhäjärvi

Lessons Learned from Product Failures
Written by: Bharathan Venkateswaran

Quote of the day:
“Speed is only useful if you’re running in the right direction” -Joel Barker

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Five Blogs – 9 December 2019

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Measuring Quality
Written by: Kristin Jackvony

Three Uncommon Metrics Your Agile Team Should Be Tracking
Written by: Nishi Grover Garg

Three Metrics Your Agile Team Should Stop Using
Written by: Nishi Grover Garg

How to Compete Like a Leader
Written by: Dan Rockwell

Prioritization: Simple Qualitative Approaches
Written by: Thomas Cagley

Quote of the day:
“Society teaches us to be number one, but who ever said there was something wrong with being number two?” -Morrie Schwartz

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Five Blogs – 26 Augustus 2019

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

Prioritize Opportunities, Not Solutions
Written by: Teresa Torres

Five Prerequisites For Safely Saying No
Written by: Thomas Cagley

Let’s Go Deep! Part III: Internet Routing
Written by: Kristin Jackvony

An essential skill you need to be a successful leader
Written by: LaRae Quy

Note-Taking As A Skill For Testers
Written by: Moolya

Quote of the day:
“Where you stumble, there lies your treasure. The very cave you are afraid to enter turns out to be the source of what you are looking for.” -Joseph Campbell

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