The 63 issue of my reading recommendations includes 5 very interesting blog posts with various topics and one podcast. This time the are the following topics: “Testing When You Don’t Have Enough Testers”, “Why you should be Gray Box Tester”, “Changing culture through testing transformation”, “An Intro To Cynefin”, “Thoughts: Encouraging change when you are the only tester” and “Lessons Learned Navigating the Conflicting Schools of Software Testing”.
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When you have finished reading the recommended blog posts think about leaving a comment. The author of the blog will love to see your comment and it will start a nice discussion about the topic that may help others to understand the topic even more.
|Testing When You Don’t Have Enough Testers|
|Why you should be Gray Box Tester|
|Katrina the Tester: Changing culture through testing transformation|
|Testing In The Pub Episode 30 – An Intro To Cynefin Welcome back to another Testing In The Pub. In this episode we’re talking about Cynefin with Vernon Richards and Martin Hynie.|
|Thoughts: Encouraging change when you are the only tester|
|Lessons Learned Navigating the Conflicting Schools of Software Testing|
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