The 15th issue of my software testing reading recommendations contains 7 blog posts. There are posts dealing with the topics responsive website testing, what time means to us, dark fears of a software tester, sketchnotes from the TestBash conference in Brighton. Furthermore, there are great posts about the topic “What do you think testers need to do to be taken seriously”, “Overcoming test automation challenges” and “Inattentional Blindness” which is my favorite for this issue.
Enjoy reading the posts.
|TestSheepNZ: Developing an approach to responsive design website testing|
|The Watch On My Phone: What Time Means To Us.|
Everyday I check the time more than a dozen times—with excitement, boredom, anticipation, anxiety, sadness and joy.
Author: Sudeshna Pantham
|The Deep, Dark Fears of a Software Tester In the world of software testing, there are some things that keep testers up at night — here’s what a few of our uTesters had to say.|
Author: Ryan Arsenault
|What do you think testers need to do to be taken seriously|
This question had raised in Lean coffee session at the TestBash. @FriendlyTester was kind enough to share th list. Thank you for that.
|Sketchnoting Through TestBash – Ministry of Testing|
Stephen Mounsey attended TestBash and related events with a ‘Press Pass’. This is his story on the experience.
Author: Stephen Mounsey
| Overcoming test automation challenges – Agile Testing with Lisa Crispin|
Overcoming test automation challenges – Agile Testing with Lisa Crispin
Author: Lisa Crispin
|Too Much To Learn: Inattentional Blindness|
Author: James Macdonald
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