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Reading Recommendations # 3

Reading Recommendations Daniel KnottAnd 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.

  1. YOU DON’T NEED A BUG-TRACKER
    Author: Steve Bennett
  2. Software testers shouldn’t write code
    Author: Alister Scott
  3. State of Testing Survey 2015
    Author: PractiTest
  4. Generic Testing Personas
    Author: Katrina Clokie
  5. Acceptance Test-Driven Development and Test-Driven Development – How They Are the Same and How They Are Different
    Author: Ken Pugh
  6. The QA Mindset
    Author: Rands in Repose
  7. 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.

Happy Testing!