The 36th issue of the reading recommendation contains again 8 posts. There are topics about Women in Testing, Testing Skills, learning and what kind of skills helps you to built quality in. Furthermore, there is another episode from Stephen Janaway’s podcast series Testing in the Pub with the topic of security testing. There is another interesting post about the topic How I stopped hating QA. And Katrina Clokie provided yet another awesome testing pathway this time about security testing. And last but not least there is a topic about mobile testing.
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A Seasoned Tester’s Crystal Ball: Women (like me) in Testing
Mobile apps: Publish first, test never | ComputerworldWhen a user-experience company recently tested mobile apps from pharmacy chain Rite Aid and restaurant chain Applebee’s, both apps greatly frustrated focus-group users. The Applebee’s app, foe example, didn’t update pricing when quantity was changed, forced to enter name and location multiple times, and forced some users repeatedly restart the order.
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