The 49th edition of the reading recommendations contains 6 interesting blog posts with various topics that might be of interest for you. The first post is a really nice one, it is about a man who’s surname is Null which lead to funny problems. The second post is from Katrina Clokie about Introverts in Agile which I really like and you should read it, too. Then there is the white paper from James Bach & Michael Bolton about a context driven approach to test automation which I recommend everybody to read and to share with non-testers, too.
The other posts are dealing with the topics “What Do Software Testers do?”, “How to get started with conference speaking” and “The Ultimate List of 100 Software Testing Quotes”.
Enjoy reading the posts and send me new ones that are worth reading and I will mention you and link to your social links or blog.
|Hello, I’m Mr. Null. My Name Makes Me Invisible to Computers | WIRED My last name is “Null,” and it comes preloaded with entertainment value.My last name is “Null,” and it comes preloaded with entertainment value.|
|Katrina the Tester: Introverts in Agile|
|What Do Software Testers Do? (Version 0.1) – Ministry of Testing|
|A Context-Driven Approach to Automation in Testing (PDF) – James Bach & Michael Bolton|
|How to get started with conference speaking – Cultivated Management|
|The Ultimate List of 100 Software Testing Quotes – Abstracta Us Sometimes metaphors and analogies simply say it best. That’s why we love to read software testing quotes because they reveal many truths about our unique discipline. From humorous to insightful, here is our ultimate list of 100 software testing quotes.|