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Reading Recommendations # 7

Reading Recommendations Daniel KnottHere is the 7th episode of my reading recommendations. This issue contains 7 great posts from topics like why software testers don’t break the software, how a tester can represent a user, how to manage the risks when adding software testers to a project, some information for people who are new to the software testing business. A post about the question Am I a tester?
The last two posts are my favorites for this issue. The first one is from Stephen Janaway who wrote about a software tester portfolio and what to do to create a great software testing portfolio on the web as well as in the software testing industry. The second one is from Richard Bradshaw and is about blink testing in a mobile context.

Enjoy reading the posts.

  1. Testers Don’t Break the Software
    Author: Michael Bolton
  2. As a tester, I can represent a user
    Author: Maaret Pyhäjärvi
  3. When adding testers, manage the risks
    Author: Maaret Pyhäjärvi
  4. Letter to a starting tester
    Author: Joel Montvelisky
  5. Am I a Tester?
    Author: Peter Karas
  6. A TESTERS PORTFOLIO
    Author: Stephen Janaway
  7. Blink Testing In A Mobile Context
    Author: Richard Bradshaw

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!