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Reading Recommendations # 42

It is time again for my reading recommendations. I hope you have already missed them. In the last 3 weeks I was on vacation to recharge my batteries and to think about new blog posts. During that time I was mainly offline and the time was just great! You should try it as well :).
However, now it is time again for some really great software testing content that you should read. The 42nd edition of the reading recommendations contains 6 blog posts with different topics. There is a post about flaky tests, a post from Stephen Janaway is providing a cheat sheet for mobile testing which is really great. Katharina Clokie provided again another great pathway this time with the topic “Testing for Non-Testers”. Other posts are “Bug Automation”, “Why Social Skills Are Trumping Cognitive Skills” and “The 10 Do’s, and 500* Don’ts of Automated Acceptance Testing”.

Enjoy reading the posts and send me posts that are worth reading and I will mention you and link to your social links or blog.

Your tests aren’t flaky | WatirMelon This is a talk I delivered at the Google Test Automation Conference (GTAC) on Tuesday 10th November at Google in Cambridge, Massachusetts. I am going to be using the F-word a lot in this talk. Like a lot. I apologize in advance if I offend. You know the F-Word don’t you? Also known as the…

Reading Recommendations Daniel KnottA Mobile Testing Cheatsheet from EuroSTAR 2015 – Stephen Janaway A useful mobile testing cheatsheet from Stephen Janaway
Reading Recommendations Daniel KnottKatrina the Tester: Testing for Non-Testers Pathway
investigating software: Bug Automation
Why Social Skills Are Trumping Cognitive Skills | Digital Tonto The future belongs not to the strongest or the smartest, but those who can collaborate—with humans and machines—most effectively.
The 10 Do’s, and 500* Don’ts of Automated Acceptance Testing | WatirMelon This is a talk I delivered at CukeUp! Australia on Friday 20 November in Sydney, Australia. Automated acceptance testing is hard. I’ve been doing it for over 10 years and it can still be a struggle! There’s at least 500 things you shouldn’t do. There’s never a one-size-fits all solution you see. That’s why we…

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