This is the 78 issue of my reading recommendations contains 6 very interesting blog posts and one YouTube video. Thanks to all the bloggers out there writing the great content. This issue include the topics: “On writing and publishing my first ebook”, “Test Bash Philly 99 Second Talk – Leap, Don’t Look”, “Can we remove a tester from our agile team?”, “Demystifying Mobile Testing: Critical Thinking Prevails”, “Quality Is Not A Project” and “Communication Skills For Testers: Why it’s important”.
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|On Test Automation | On writing and publishing my first ebook|
|Testing & Movies & Stuff: Test Bash Philly 99 Second Talk – Leap, Don’t Look|
|Katrina the Tester: Can we remove a tester from our agile team?|
|Demystifying Mobile Testing: Critical Thinking Prevails|
|Quality Is Not A Project – Kostadin’s corner Poor project quality is like being overweight – if you want to get rid of it for good, an operation will not fix your problem…|
|Communication Skills For Testers: Why it’s important|
And here are the talks from the Google test automation conference
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