Five Blogs – 24 September 2018

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

Advancing Automation Means Humans Need to Embrace Lifelong Learning
Written by: Jeremy Auger

How to Stop Thinking Like an Imposter
Written by: Lolly Daskal

Experimenting Your Way to Better Test Automation
Written by: Johanna Rothman

If You Can Use a Fork, You’re “Technical”
Written by: April Wensel

How to Help Your Team Manage Grunt Work
Written by: Whitney Johnson

Quote of the day:
“One’s destination is never a place, but a new way of seeing things.” -Henry Miller

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Five Blogs – 6 September 2018

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

Five Reciprocal Agreements In Agile
Written by: Thomas Cagley

Peer-to-Peer Coaching
Written by: Jurgen Appelo

Problem-Solving Strategies: What’s the same/different & Reduce to the base case
Written by: Brett Hinton

Grow a Growth Mindset Organization
Written by: Ralph van Roosmalen

Make a technical debt payment plan
Written by: Trish Khoo

Quote of the day:
“No matter how far you travel, you can never get away from yourself.” -Haruki Murakami

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Five Blogs – 3 August 2018

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

What Busy Leaders Really Need from Their Spouses
Written by: Andrea Williams

Exploratory Testing on an API? (Part 3)
Written by: Michael Bolton

The Rare Skill of Disarming
Written by: Eric Torrence

So you want to become more technical?
Written by: Samantha Connelly

Why automation?
Written by: Simon ‘Peter’ Schrijver

Quote of the day:
“The marvels of daily life are exciting; no movie director can arrange the unexpected that you find in the street.
-Robert Doisneau

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Five Blogs – 30 November 2016

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

Unexpected Consequences of becoming a “Technical Tester”
Written by: James Willett

The number one problem with Waterfall
Written by: Chris Matts

How to Write an Effective Bug Report That Actually Gets Resolved
Written by: McKay Christensen

Can We Teach Algorithms Right From Wrong?
Written by: Greg Satell

The Domain Is The Thing!
Written by: Mel The Tester

Quote of the day:
“Don’t go backwards, you have already been there” -Ray Charles

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Five Blogs – 6 November 2014

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

Education of a Behavior Designer
Written by: Tiago Forte

Let The Team Make The Difference
Written by: Bob Marshall

The Evolving Role of QA.
Written by: Kate Falanga

Urban Onshoring: The Movement to Bring Tech Jobs Back to America
Written by: Issie Lapowsky

Non functional list of ideas
Written by: Arborosa

Quote of the day:
“If you know how to row a boat, you can row any boat. But if you don’t know how to row, changing boats isn’t going to help” -Sri Ravishankar

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Five Blogs – 25 September 2014

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

Paying Down Technical Debt
Written by: George V. Hulme

The Tricky Business of Developing Trust
Written by: Jurgen Appelo

An exploratory testing example explored: Taskwarrior
Written by: Alan Richardson

One Experimental Possibility: Self-Organization from Component Teams to Feature Teams
Written by: Johanna Rothman

There Is No Wrong Time
Written by: Craig Jarrow

Quote of the day:
“Lying can never save us from another lie.” -Vaclav Havel

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Five Blogs – 10 December 2013

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

Energy, Time, Priority, Work/Life: 4 New Ways To Organize Your To-Do List
Written by: Mike Vardy

5 Tips to Build Trust in Your Decision-Making Abilities
Written by: Randy Conley

Elementary, my dear customer
Written by: Adam Knight

On Certification, Or Something Like It
Written by: Jon Hagar

WHOSE 2013 recap
Written by: Justin Rohrman

Quote of the day:
“If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his language, that goes to his heart” -Nelson Mandela

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