Five Blogs – 25 October 2019

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

Writing More Expressive SpecFlow Steps
Written by: Bas Dijkstra

How You Can Add Value to Your Meetings
Written by: Lolly Daskal

Four Conversations Essential for New Manager Success
Written by: Art Petty

What is Mobile App Testing and Why is It Important?
Written by: Victoria Bezsmolna

8 Ways to Read the Books You Wish You Had Time For
Written by: Neil Pasricha

Quote of the day:
“Having someone who is constant isn’t such a bad thing. In fact, it can be rare.” -Jodi Lynn Anderson

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Five Blogs – 22 October 2019

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

SLOs Are the API for Your Engineering Team
Written by: Charity Majors

Considering How We Define Success
Written by: Zach Morgan

How to Actually Start the Task You’ve Been Avoiding
Written by: Peter Bregman

How Do You Know Something Is A Bug? – Using Mental Models and Oracles in Testing
Written by: Joost van Wollingen

Overcoming Barriers to Effective Communications in Agile Teams
Written by: Nishi Grover Garg

Quote of the day:
“The worst part about being lied to is knowing you weren’t worth the truth” -Jean-Paul Sartre

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Five Blogs – 15 October 2019

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

How to Apply Shift-Left Testing in Continuous Testing?
Written by: Katalon Studio Team

Lessons Learned about Cloud
Written by: Srinivas Kadiyala

Working with People Who Aren’t Self-Aware
Written by: Tasha Eurich

Things You Should Know About IoT Testing
Written by: TestingWhiz

How to Move from Stupid to Smart when You’re Stressed
Written by: Dan Rockwell

Quote of the day:
“There are certain things, no matter what, you have to keep inside.” -Haruki Murakami

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Five Blogs – 14 May 2019

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

Product Roles, Part 2: The Product Value Team
Written by: Johanna Rothman

Collaboration: Six Attributes For Transparency
Written by: Thomas Cagley

How You Learn From Mistakes and From Successes
Written by: Richard Bradshaw

On Test Maturity
Written by: Matt Heusser

Is It Possible to Win at Work and Succeed at Life at the Same Time?
Written by: Scott Savage

Quote of the day:
“I never look back, ever. I’m always looking ahead, working on the next thing.” -Chris Cornell

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Five Blogs – 23 April 2019

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

Diagnosing The Top Eight Work Entry Problems
Written by: Thomas Gagley

4 Things You Need To Know If You Want To Be Successful In Life
Written by: LaRae Quy

Modeling Your Test Automation Strategy (Part 1: Start the conversation!)
Written by: Lisa Crispin

Who Should Set Up Continuous Integration for Automated Tests?
Written by: Ajeet Dhaliwal

Security fears raised as Alexa listens to conversations to train its AI
Written by: John Glenday

Quote of the day:
“Sometimes, life makes you grow up early. And some people never grow up at all.” -Matthew Thomas

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Five Blogs – 19 April 2019

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

Privacy UX: Common Concerns And Privacy In Web Forms
Written by: Vitaly Friedman

Overcoming Challenges to Good Test Documentation
Written by: Steven Penella

Everything Is Easier When You Communicate
Written by: David Grossman

Autonomy and Transparency: Both or Neither
Written by: Pawel Brodzinski

The Single Biggest Factor in Long-Term Organizational Success
Written by: Dan Rockwell

Quote of the day:
“Turn your wounds into wisdom” -Oprah Winfrey

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Five Blogs – 8 March 2019

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

How Leaders Can Get Honest, Productive Feedback
Written by: Jennifer Porter

Red Lines
Written by: Bob Marshall

Tricks and Tools to Automate Your Task Efficiency
Written by: Kayla Matthews

Questions or Suggestions
Written by: James Thomas

Success Can Only be Defined by You
Written by: Steve Keating

Quote of the day:
“Small steps. Everyday.” -Mel Robbins

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