Reading Recommendations # 16

The 16th issue of my software testing reading recommendations contains 8 really great blog posts. There are posts dealing with the topics about mobile testing, about bugs, a post about BDD and what it is and what not. An example on how to use a cloud testing provider for mobile test automation. A really nasty bug in the latest Boeing 787 Dreamliner, which can cause a loss of control of the plane. How to think positive in a negative testing world. Furthermore, there is a link to software testing community chat on the platform slack. I highly recommend to join this group to exchange with other software testers in real time on certain topics.

Enjoy reading the posts.

I had a bit of fun :: Agile Tester

Reading Recommendations Daniel KnottI care about bugs! – Neil StuddThis is the first in a series of Bug Advocacy posts which I’ll be writing in the coming weeks. They’re a follow-up to the workshop that I gave at TestBash, “Supercharging Your Bug Reports”.
Reading Recommendations Daniel KnottHow do I test?: I quit my job, sold my apartment and started doing what I love – TESTING
Reading Recommendations Daniel KnottBDD is – BDD is not
How Secret Used Automated Testing For Their Android Launch | Testmunk Blog Automated mobile app testing on real iOS and Android devices using calabash automation framework.
US aviation authority: Boeing 787 software bug could cause ‘loss of control’ | Technology | The Guardian More trouble for Dreamliner as Federal Aviation Administration warns glitch in control unit causes generators to shut down if left powered on for 248 days
Reading Recommendations Daniel KnottTesters & QA Chat Slack Community | #testersA new community chat for software testers. Check it out!
Thinking Positive In A Negative Testing World – Ministry of Testing

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!