Reading Recommendations # 35

The 35th issue of the reading recommendation contains 8 posts. This time there is another great blog post from Katrina Clokie about Continuous Delivery Testing Pathway, which I highly recommend to read. Furthermore there are topics about “QA people are not testers, or are they?”, “Testing Skills – Abductive Reasoning”, “Will my Robot be the first Non-human to gain ISTQB Software Testing Certification?”, “The Future of Management”, “Public Speaking Tips”, “Getting your Guilds going” and “How to Test Mobile Analytics”.

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Reading Recommendations Daniel KnottKatrina the Tester: Continuous Delivery Testing Pathway

Reading Recommendations Daniel KnottQA people are not testers, or are they?
Reading Recommendations Daniel KnottThe expected result was 42. Now what was the test?: Testing skills – Abductive Reasoning
Will my Robot be the first Non-human to gain ISTQB Software Tester Certification? | iTesting It occurred to me the other day that, if I am to get my new Robot to become an effective software tester, what better way to begin it’s development/education than to sign it up for an online ISTQB Foundation training course and corresponding ANZTB-facilitated (Foundation with Agile extension) exam. After all, almost 400,000 software testers…
The Future Of Management – Uncharted Waters There is trouble in paradise, there was bound to be. We are finally getting reports of how the latest management and organizational structure, Holacracy, works in practice. When I say reports, what I mean is that the sweet sweet kool-aid of new and shiny has worn off a bit and people are finally willing to talk about their experiences.
Public Speaking Tips: How to Capture and Hold People’s Attention | First you must grab your listeners’ attention–then you need to hold it. Check out these simple ways to do both.
Agile Software Development: Getting your Guilds Going!
How To Test Mobile Analytics | Testmunk Blog

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