Reading Recommendations # 41

It seems to be that the average amount of recommended blog posts is often six. Maybe it is the amount of blog post I am able to read throughout the week. However, last week I was not able to publish the reading recommendations due to heavy workload but this week there is the latest issue number 41 again. And surprise, it contains again six interesting posts about software testing. There are posts about “The Laws of Sport and Automation”, “Do You Know How to Wow Mobile Users?”, “Why your phone battery is rubbish”, “Failing Doesn’t Make you a Failure”, “Notes from the Eurostar Mobile Deep Dive 2015” and “How to develop into a great speaker”.

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.

Reading Recommendations Daniel KnottThe expected result was 42. Now what was the test?: The Laws of Sport and Automation

Do You Know How to Wow Mobile Users? StarWest Interview with Speaker Ron Anderson – Software Testing Blog
Reading Recommendations Daniel KnottWhy your phone battery is rubbish | Technology | The Guardian It’s technology’s biggest puzzle: although smartphones, laptops and even electric cars get lighter, cheaper and double in power every few years, they still die when you most need them. How close are we to perfecting a ‘super battery’ that charges at lightning speeds and lasts for days?
Failing Doesn’t Make You a Failure Failing one time — or even several times — doesn’t make you a failure any more than losing one game makes you a loser.
Reading Recommendations Daniel KnottEvil Tester: Notes from the Eurostar Mobile Deep Dive 2015
Reading Recommendations Daniel KnottKatrina the Tester: How to develop into a great speaker

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