And again, here is the 3rd episode of my reading recommendations. This issue contains seven posts about different topics from why you don’t need a bug tracker, testers shouldn’t write code, generic testing personas to a QA mindset. Furthermore, I added the link to the current state of testing survey. Please take your time and contribute to this survey! It is important for us as a community to know where we are and where to go!
My personal highlight from the last week is the post about generic testing personas.
Enjoy reading the posts.
- YOU DON’T NEED A BUG-TRACKER
Author: Steve Bennett
- Software testers shouldn’t write code
Author: Alister Scott
- State of Testing Survey 2015
- Generic Testing Personas
Author: Katrina Clokie
- Acceptance Test-Driven Development and Test-Driven Development – How They Are the Same and How They Are Different
Author: Ken Pugh
- The QA Mindset
Author: Rands in Repose
- Driving a mindset change: why it is good to sell non-existing features?
Author: Maaret Pyhäjärvi
If you have some interesting posts to share them here at the reading recommendations, don’t hesitate to contact me or to comment on this post.