Five Blogs – 10 May 2018

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

The Test Automation Snowman
Written by: Alan Page

Scaled Agile Integration Testing – Guest blog post
Written by: Carey Fletcher

Why You Should Say No More Often, and How to Do So
Written by: Francisco Sáez

Beyond “Outcomes Over Outputs”
Written by: John Cutler

Dear Dan: I Manage a Large Facility that’s very Negative
Written by: Dan Rockwell

Quote of the day:
“It’s better to create something that others criticise than to create nothing & criticise others” -Ricky Gervais

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Five Blogs – 12 April 2018

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

The Wall Clock, Quality Control, and My Experience
Written by: Sandeep Garg

4 Ways to Deal With a Toxic Coworker
Written by: Abby Curnow-Chavez

3 ways to improve your testing group
Written by: One Man

Testing in the Abstract, Again
Written by: James Thomas

Setting strategy in a Test Practice
Written by: Katrina Clokie

Quote of the day:
“Life is not a problem to be solved, but a reality to be experienced.” -Søren Kierkegaard

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Five Blogs – 13 March 2018

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

To Recover from Burnout, Regain Your Sense of Control
Written by: Elizabeth Grace Saunders

Servant leadership: keep focused on your servant heart
Written by: Ken Blanchard

How the Eisenhower Matrix can fix your Procrastination issues
Written by: Cody McLain

How Gandhi Would Lead Us Toward An AI Future
Written by: Greg Satell

#WorkTrends Recap: Why Fun at Work Matters
Written by: Meghan M. Biro

Quote of the day:
“Life’s hard. It’s even harder when you’re stupid.” -John Wayne

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Five Blogs – 9 February 2018

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

Five Super Bowl Strategies For Work Teams
Written by: Terri Klass

How to get more testing done
Written by: One Man

Does Agile Deliver Value? You Can Prove it!
Written by: Thomas Cagley

Let’s Talk About Stress, Baby – Part 1
Written by: Gil Zilberfeld

Are the Most Innovative Companies Just the Ones With the Most Data?
Written by: Viktor Mayer-Schönberger and Thomas Ramge

Quote of the day:
“Life isn’t about getting and having, it’s about giving and being.” -Kevin Kruse

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Five Blogs – 15 December 2017

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

On preventing your test suite from becoming too user interface-heavy
Written by: Bas Dijkstra

Are You a Micromanager or a Macromanager?
Written by: Julie Giulioni

A new model for test strategies… (An update to the Heuristic Test Strategy Model).
Written by: Dan Ashby

The Tester’s Mindset
Written by: Paul Merrill

The 8 Best Interview Questions You Could Ever Ask
Written by: Jim Haudan

Quote of the day:
“My imagination will get me a passport to hell one day” -John Steinbeck

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Five Blogs – 6 December 2017

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

Bobby Tables
Written by: Robert C. Martin

4 Strategies for a Structured QA Process
Written by: Praveena Ramakrishnan

End to End Testing and Integration Testing Revisited
Written by: Pete Walen

Tension and Negotiation Between Disciplines
Written by: Ben Kelly

10 Questions to Ask Your Remote Team to Boost Productivity
Written by: Rae Steinbach

Quote of the day:
“Learning happens in no time. It’s not learning that takes time.” -Marshall Thurber

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Five Blogs – 13 November 2017

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

Heresy! Automation Does Not Require Test Cases
Written by: Paul Grizzaffi

The End of Manual Testing
Written by: Michael Bolton

Closing the Strategy-Execution Gap Means Focusing on What Employees Think, Not What They Do
Written by: Alison Reynolds and David Lewis

5 Simple Rules for Living and Leading
Written by: Alli Polin

Do You Make These Mistakes In Difficult Conversations?
Written by: LaRae Quy

Quote of the day:
“Thinking is the hardest work there is, which is probably the reason so few engage in it” -Henry Ford

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