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Reading Recommendations # 33

The 33rd issue of the reading recommendation contains 6 posts. This time there are posts with the topics “Making a tradeoff, use vs. technology”, “Core Values in Testing”, “Robot Framework – The unsung hero of test automation”, “How BBST has transformed me as a tester”, “Management friendly test reports” and “What do you do when hiring managers are looking for a set of skills you don’t have but you sorely want?”

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Reading Recommendations Daniel KnottA Seasoned Tester’s Crystal Ball: Making a tradeoff, user vs. technology

Core Values in Testing | Anders Dinsen on software testing and development There’s something about life that you won’t find anywhere else. – Ole Brunsbjerg, headmaster. The Copenhagen Context Driven Testing meetups are becoming a tradition thanks to the work of Carsten Feilberg and Agniezka Loza. In June, I chaired a workshop in Ballerup near Copenhagen during one of the meetups. 16 testers shared ideas about values…
Reading Recommendations Daniel KnottRobot Framework – The unsung hero of test automation | Xebia Blog
How BBST has Transformed me As a Tester? – Testing Circus Sharath Byregowda who is a BBST Graduate explains how completing BBST has transformed him as a software tester and how fantastic stage it is for testers with different experiences.
Management friendly test reports | Knowledge Tester The Manager Responsible for Release (let’s call that person as MRR for rest of this post) has to make the decision to ship the product and is keenly watching the Iteration Review. Programmers have finished demoing the implemented features and the situation looks good so far. The testers start their part and this is what…
What do you do when hiring managers are looking for a set of skills you don’t have but you sorely want? You learn. – Rob LambertWhat do you do when hiring managers are looking for a set of skills you don’t have but you sorely want? You learn. – Rob LambertWhat do you do when hiring managers are looking for a set of skills you don’t have but you sorely want? You learn.

 

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