The 27th issue of my software testing reading recommendations contains 7 blog posts. There are posts about the pyramid and the dog-bone revisited. The challenge in providing accessibility, habits for agile testing and a post about custom ViewMatchers in Espresso for Android test automation. Another post is about “Test Levels! Really?!”, “The Dos and dont’s of testing automation” and one post from Markus Gärtner is dealing with “Working in a distributed company”.
Enjoy reading the posts.
|Seth Eliot’s Blog » Blog Archive » The pyramid and the dog-bone revisited
|Apps for All: The Challenge in Providing Accessibility – Software Testing Blog Recently, NYC black car company Gett made headlines when they updated their app to provide greater accessibility for blind and visually-impaired riders.
|Gerald Weinberg’s Secrets of Writing and Consulting: Habits for Agile Testing
|Android: Custom ViewMatchers in Espresso | Xebia Blog
|Test Levels! Really?! | Arborosa Next in the series of software terminology lists is “Test Levels”. But there is something strange with test levels. Up until now almost every tester that I have worked with is familiar of the concept of software test levels. But I wonder if they are. What some call a test level, say Unit Testing, I…
|The dos and don’ts of testing automation Here are some of the best practices a seasoned exert discovered through her journey toward testing automation.Here are some of the best practices a seasoned exert discovered through her journey toward testing automation.
|Working in a distributed company | Markus Gärtner
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