The 37th issue of the reading recommendation contains 6 posts. There is a great blog post from Rob Lambert about “Follow the work – bad news for Test Managers?”. Another posts are dealing with the topics “Test Early, to not fail often”, “Bugs are so yesterday”, “Measuring success in Testing”, “How do you surprise your team members during their next review?” and “The Tester Type Box – Why We Need To Break Out of It”.
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|Follow the work – bad news for Test Managers? – Rob Lambert Bad news for test managers|
|A Seasoned Tester’s Crystal Ball: Test Early, to not Fail often|
|Bugs Are So Yesterday My recap and analysis of Janet Gregory’s keynote from STAR WEST – I Don’t Want to Talk about Bugs: Let’s Change the Conversation.|
|Chippie Tester – Learning isn’t optional: Measuring success in Testing|
|Agile Software Development: How do you surprise your team members during their next review?|
|Test Mile – Software Testing and Quality Assurance Services | The Tester Type Box – Why We Need To Break Out of It Test Mile is a Software Testing company in India providing Independent, Outsourced and Unified Software Testing and Quality Assurance Services for global businesses. We test Every Mile of Software Development.|
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