Welcome back in 2016 to the first edition of my reading recommendations which has the number 44 in total. Since many people are still on vacation this edition of the reading recommendations contains 8 posts from 2015. However, that doesn’t mean that this blog posts are outdated yet :), no there are again lots of great posts that you should read. Maybe it is in your new year’s resolutions, to read more relevant posts in that case you found a good spot.
This edition contains post with the topics “The New Model and Testing v Checking”, “Five Myths About Automated Mobile UI Testing You Thought Were True”, “Mobile A/B Testing”, “10 Points Checklist for Testing Your Mobile Apps”, “3 Tips To Help Testers Ask Better Questions”, “Pivotal Labs Finds Success With Self-Managed Teams”, “Hiring for skills and team diversity” and “Testpappy’s International Testing Standard”.
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.
The New Model and Testing v Checking | Gerrard Consulting
Pivotal Labs Finds Success With Self-Managed Teams | Inc.comPivotal Labs doesn’t talk about not having managers or use the term ‘self-management.’ They just do things this way because it works so much better.
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