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Reading Recommendations # 93

The 93 issue of my reading recommendations contains 7 very interesting blog posts. The topics of this issue are “How to Apply UI Test Automation in React Native Apps?”, “The Practical Test Pyramid”, “How do you decide what to automate?”, “About Conference Moberators and Beneficial Mobs”, “MORE AGILE TESTING > TEST AUTOMATION”, “Test coverage’s hidden meaning…” and “Counting test cases”.

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Reading Recommendations - How to Apply UI Test Automation in React Native Apps?How to Apply UI Test Automation in React Native Apps?

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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”.

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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.

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Reading Recommendations # 91

The 91 issue of my reading recommendations contains 7 very interesting blog posts and one YouTube video. The topics of this issue are “American Airlines ‘glitch’ allows all pilots to take vacation over Christmas week; cancellations possible”, “How We Reorganized Instagram’s Engineering Team While Quadrupling Its Size”, “On Why the “Testers Should Know How to Code” Mantra could Hurt Us All”, “Interviewing Programmers for Quality Mindset”, “Only Verify State-Changing Method Calls”, “How to overcome the challenges of testing in the cloud” and “When you try to stop testing…..you end up testing anyway”.

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Reading Recommendations - American Airlines ‘glitch’ allows all pilots to take vacation over Christmas week; cancellations possibleAmerican Airlines ‘glitch’ allows all pilots to take vacation over Christmas week; cancellations possible

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Reading Recommendations # 90

The 90 issue of my reading recommendations contains 6 very interesting blog posts with topics about “The missing link between testing and automation”, “What is Agile Testing?”, “RiskStorming – Mapping Risks with TestSphere”, “Community Boss So Far”, “Recruit People, Don’t Fulfil Roles” and “How I Learned to Build a Test Suite”.

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Reading Recommendations - The missing link between testing and automationThe missing link between testing and automation – Mr.Slavchev The missing link between testing and automation – Mr.SlavchevI think there’s a missing link between testing and automation – we simply are after different goals. Read and find out where we fail to align.

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Reading Recommendations # 89

The 89 issue of my reading recommendations contains 7 very interesting blog posts with topics about “Barcamp experience – Sessions and outlook for 2018”, “Dev*Ops”, “9 Communication Habits That All Successful Leaders Have”, “Writing Automation is Easy”, “When Do You Stop Testing? “, “Conducting Security Testing for Web Applications” and “What sets exceptional QA testers apart?”.

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Reading Recommendations - Barcamp experienceBarcamp experience – Sessions and outlook for 2018 – A Testers Odyssee An QA barcamp experience report as an attendee, insight into some sessions. And will there be a barcamp 2018? (Spoiler: Yes, it will be)

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