Five Blogs – 27 May 2012

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

Test improvement in Agile/Scrum
Written by: Jeroen Mengerink

Brent’s Favorite Bug
Written by: humbugreality

Fast Shortest Path Analysis for Large Graphs using a CLR Stored Procedure
Written by: James D. McCaffrey

The Secret of Finishing What You Start
Written by: Craig Jarrow

Lets Test Keynote: Michael Bolton – If It’s Not Context-Driven, You Can’t Do It Here
Written by: Duncan Nisbet

Quote of the day:
“Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body.” -Richard Steele

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Five Blogs – 26 May 2012

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

End to End Software Development Traceability with Mind Maps
Written by: Nolan MacAfee

User Acceptance Tricks?
Written by: Iain McCowatt

We Cannot Choose Between Management And Leadership
Written by: Johanna Rothman

Best at argument != Best ideas
Written by: Esther Derby

A Good Manager is Not Necessarily a Good Leader
Written by: Ron Karr

EXTRA:

Use SCRUM for your testing
Written by: Jesper Lindholt Ottosen

Quote of the day:
“Experience is a good school, but the fees are high.” -Heinrich Heine

Five Blogs – 25 May 2012

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

How to Use Mind Maps to Build Better Content
Written by: Jessica Sanders

What is Exploratory Testing?
Written by: Paul Carvalho

Testing Sucks. I hate Testing.
Written by: Rob Lambert

Security Testing – 1.0
Written by: Sunil Kumar

The curse of free cloud services: a cautionary tale
Written by: David Gewirtz

EXTRA:

The pursuit of protection: How much testing is “enough”?
Written by: Jim Bird

Quote of the day:
“There is no security on earth, there is only opportunity.” -Douglas MacArthur

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Five Blogs – 24 May 2012

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

If You Don’t Really Want A Career In Software Testing – Stay Out!
Written by: Joe Strazzere

Agility and Mindfulness – You Need Both
Written by: Mary Jo Asmus

Industry Watch: Testing culture undergoes dramatic shift
Written by: David Rubinstein

8 Ways to Create Great Meetings
Written by: Dan Rockwell

What Happens in Vegas — Part II
Written by: Matt Heusser

Quote of the day:
“Impossible is not a fact. Its an opinion.” -Muhammad Ali

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Five Blogs – 23 May 2012

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

Convention and Enforcement
Written by: Catherine Powell

On Testing, Crossing the Rubicon or Nailing the Thesis to the Door
Written by: Pete Walen

Automation and the Observer Effect, or Why I Manually Test My Installers
Written by: Adam Knight

Peace Of Mind Without Detailed Test Cases
Written by: Eric Jacobson

Physics, Testing and Academia
Written by: Petteri Lyytinen

EXTRA:

Test Automation
Written by: Zach Fisher

Quote of the day:
“Success is not final, failure is not fatal: it is the courage to continue that counts.” -Winston Churchill

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Five Blogs – 22 May 2012

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

The Skeptical Tester
Written by: Fiona Charles

Porridge is bad for you!
Written by: Pekka Marjamäki

The Case Against Agile: Ten Perennial Management Objections
Written by: Steve Denning

Scrum, Kanban, The Marshall Model, Rightshifting, The Synergistic Mindset & Stoos
Written by: Kurt Häusler

How to Make the Most Out of a Conference
Written by: Thea Easterby

Quote of the day:
“Great is the art of beginning, but greater is the art of ending.” -Henry Longfellow

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Five Blogs – 21 May 2012

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

Shifting and Drifting – Some Measures
Written by: Bob Marshall

Blog: A Few Observations on Structure in Testing
Written by: Michael Bolton

Structured Exploratory Testing – an oxymoron?
Written by: Markus Gärtner

Finding Effective Managers!
Written by: Richard Townsend

It’s an Executive Time Management Secret: Getting Work Done in Half the Time
Written by: Rayanne Thorn

Quote of the day:
“Success is a journey not a destination. The doing is usually more important than the outcome.” -Arthur Ashe

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