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Reading Recommendations # 92

Oh my god, it’s already February and I haven’t posted my reading recommendations in a while. Sorry for that, but there were other stuff to do ;). However, here is the 92 issue of my reading recommendations containing 5 very interesting blog posts and the latest podcast episode with Richard Bradshaw from Tester’s Island Discs. The topics of this issue are “2 Years in Testing: Then and Now”, “MORE AGILE TESTING > TESTING BUSINESS VALUE”, “A stability strategy for test automation”, “Mapping Biases to Testing: An Inconvenient Truth” and “Kukumber — Getting started with Cucumber in Kotlin”.

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.

Reading Recommendations - 2 Years in Testing: Then and Now2 Years in Testing: Then and Now | Cassandra HL Last year, I wrote about my experiences after one year in testing. I’ve decided to try and make it a bit of a tradition, so I can give people a bit of insight into my experiences and how things are changing, but mostly for myself so I can look back on my own challenges and development as I gain more experience as a professional tester.

Reading Recommendations -MORE AGILE TESTING > TESTING BUSINESS VALUEMORE AGILE TESTING > TESTING BUSINESS VALUE
Reading Recommendations - A stability strategy for test automationKatrina the Tester: A stability strategy for test automation
Reading Recommendations - Mapping Biases to Testing: An Inconvenient TruthMapping Biases to Testing: An Inconvenient Truth
Reading Recommendations - Kukumber — Getting started with Cucumber in KotlinKukumber — Getting started with Cucumber in Kotlin
Reading Recommendations - Testers' Island Discs Ep 9 - Richard BradshawTesters’ Island Discs Ep 9 – Richard Bradshaw

Thanks for reading, re-tweeting and sharing my reading recommendations every week! If you have any kind of blog post, podcast or video that is worth sharing with the software testing community, send me the URL either via comments, twitter or mail and I will add it with a mention of your name to my reading recommendations.

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