The 32nd issue of the reading recommendation contains 6 posts. This issue contains again an article from Katrina Clokie about “Accessibility & Usability Testing Pathway”. Katrina collected again very useful information about the topic of accessibility and usability testing. Her post is similar to Mobile Testing Pathway (katrinatester.blogspot.de/2015/08/mobile-testing-pathway.html) which was part of the last reading recommendations. I really like this format and I hope there will be more posts like this.
Furthermore, this issue contains post about topics like “Rhythm of Testing: Hanging with the Cool Kids and Self-worth”, “Software Testing is not for Attention Seekers”, “How a bug in Visual Studio 2015 exposed my source code on GitHub and cost me $6,500 in a few hours” and there is a post from the Google Blog announcing that Android Wear now works with iPhones.
Enjoy reading the posts and send me posts that are worth reading and I will mention you and link to your social links or blog.
|Katrina the Tester: Accessibility & Usability Testing Pathway
|Rhythm of Testing: Hanging With the Cool Kids and Self-worth
|Nicky Tests Software: Software Testing is not for Attention Seekers
|Official Google Blog: Android Wear now works with iPhones
|How a bug in Visual Studio 2015 exposed my source code on GitHub and cost me $6,500 in a few hours
|My Approach to Mobile Accessibility Testing – Ministry of Testing
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