Reading Recommendations # 39

Winter is coming at least here in Germany. The dark autumn and winter time is perfect for reading interesting articles. Therefore, the 39th issue of the reading recommendation contains six interesting posts that are worth reading. The first post is deailing with the topic “Avoid Common Testing Metric Pitfalls” and is very interesting to read. Another very interesting post is about “Women Who Test”. Then Katrina Clokie wrote another great post about “Changing the conversation about change in testing”. Other posts are dealing with the topics “Get Automated Testing “Done”” and “Speaking the language of business”. The last post is a teaser for a new testing book which might be of interest for you. The book is from Mike Talks and has the title “How to Test“.

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.

Avoid Common Testing Metrics Pitfalls – Software Testing Blog Regardless of the size of its software development operation, every organization should be taking advantage of testing metrics.

Women Who Test – Software Testing Blog
Reading Recommendations Daniel KnottKatrina the Tester: Changing the conversation about change in testing
Get Automated Testing “Done”
Get automated testing “done” – TEST Huddle
Reading Recommendations Daniel KnottThe expected result was 42. Now what was the test?: Testing Skills #6 – Speaking the language of business
TestSheepNZ: How To Test – the book

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