Five Blogs – 8 February 2017

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

Hybrid Tests: Blurring the lines of the Automation Pyramid
Written by: Angie Jones

Automation Technocracy…No, No, NO!
Written by: Paul Grizzaffi

Five Secrets to a Stress-Proof Brain
Written by: Melanie Greenberg

All our tests should always pass
Written by: Will Yates

The One Forgotten Act of Exploratory Testing
Written by: Simon Tomes

Quote of the day:
“Knowing is not enough; We must apply. Willing is not enough; We must do” -Bruce Lee

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Five Blogs – 6 February 2017

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

Five Tips for Being a Successful GTDer
Written by: Francisco Sáez

A Tester’s Quick Guide to Exploratory Testing
Written by: Amir Ghahrai

The Dark Standup
Written by: Alan Brouilette

Every project needs a “No user would do that” day of testing
Written by: Pradeep Soundararajan

Confirmation Bias: How Intelligent People Develop Totally Incorrect Beliefs
Written by: Jeremy Dean

EXTRA:

5 Rules For More Effective Presentations
Written by: Michael Hyatt

Quote of the day:
“The problem is that we both overestimate our memories and underestimate the importance of the details” -Tim Fargo

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Five Blogs – 7 September 2016

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

Cognitive bias cheat sheet
Written by: Buster Benson

I Constructevly Object To Gherkin Language
Written by: Karlo Smid

A Model of Automating
Written by: Alan Richardson

What’s so special about specialists?
Written by: Brent Jensen

The Cost of a Reject
Written by: Joe Nolan

Quote of the day:
“Growth occurs at the edge of your comfort zone.” -Jesse Lyn Stoner

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Five Blogs – 8 July 2016

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

Helpful Advice For a New Freelancer
Written by: Molly Page

Heuristic Evaluation and Identifying Usability Problems
Written by: Jake Rocheleau

Why Automation Will Never Replace Manual Testing
Written by: Linda Hayes

How To Escape The Single Client Trap As A Freelancer
Written by: Ryan Waggoner

Lessons Learned in Test Automation Through Sudoku
Written by: Randy Rice

Quote of the day:
“As much as I feel sad, I think that not knowing is what really bothers me” -Stephen Chbosky

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Five Blogs – 21 April 2016

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

Why Being a Good Observer Matters
Written by: Jon Mertz

7 Habits That May Actually Change The Brain, According To Science
Written by: Alice G. Walton

On shaping my career in test automation
Written by: Bas Dijkstra

Minimum Viable Automation
Written by: Adam Knight

It’s Not A Factory
Written by: Michael Bolton

Quote of the day:
“The challenge of our unknown future is so much more exciting than the stories of our accomplished past” -Simon Sinek

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Five Blogs – 18 April 2016

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

9 Bad Habits You Should Leave in the Past
Written by: Lolly Daskal

How TDD can make your team happier
Written by: Chris Jordan

The only way to achieve anything is to become comfortable with rejection
Written by: Linda Blair

Functional or non-functional: does it really work?
Written by: Rich Rogers

An idea that didn’t work
Written by: Katrina Clokie

EXTRA:

Sharpening failure
Written by: Seth Godin

Quote of the day:
“When your vision becomes your mission, your business will become a movement” -Robin Sharma

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Five Blogs – 18 Augustus 2015

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

The opposite of good leadership
Written by: Mary Jo Asmus

What Successful People Do Within the First 10 Minutes of the Workday
Written by: Murray Newlands

3 Cognitive Biases That Alter Your Thinking
Written by: Bob Dempsey

The 4 Pillars of Writing Exceptional Blogs
Written by: Leo Babauta

Test-Driven Is Not (Necessarily) Test-First
Written by: Jeff Nyman

Quote of the day:
“Coming together is a beginning; keeping together is progress; working together is success -Henry Ford

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