The 20th issue of my software testing reading recommendations contains 9 blog posts. There are posts dealing with the following topics, how a nasty bug iOS message bug can crash the whole phone by just receiving a message, there is the announcement post for the Google Test Automation Conference 2015 in Cambridge (greater Boston), a post about the real world, a very interesting post about where software testers should go for vacation and why eBay rejects ISO 29119. Furthermore, there is a post from Markus Gaertner why you should attend CAST 2015, how to think like a tester. There is a post about the topic test all or test small and how Atlassian moved from Quality Assurance to Quality Assistance.
Enjoy reading the posts.
|iOS bug causes Messages to crash, iPhone to reboot when a certain text is received | 9to5Mac|
|Google Testing Blog: GTAC 2015 Coming to Cambridge (Greater Boston) in November|
|Software Testing – a Sisyphean Task?: In the Real World|
|Where Should Testers Go For Vacation? | Tips & Tricks|
|testjutsu » eBay rejects ISO29119 and standardisation of software testing|
|Why you should go to CAST | Markus Gärtner|
|How to think like tester – QA Hipster|
|Test all or Test small? | Knowledge Tester Recently a tester friend of mine discussed one of the classic problems of testing. You are about to release your next version and tested all areas on a “Release Candidate (RC)” build and then you find one issue that is big enough to ask for a new build. Now you get another RC build. Should…|
|Moving from quality assurance to quality assistance|
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