The 48th edition of the reading recommendations contains 8 interesting blog posts with various topics that might be of interest for you. The first post was published on Ministry of Testing and is about “10 Great Questions from tester to Architect”. Another post is about Teaching = Learning which was very interesting to read. Then there is the second part of James Bach interview about integration testing. Another very interesting post is about “What on earth can just 2 days of testing do for a project?”. Then there is a post about automated tests with A/B testing. The last 2 posts are about mobile testing and have the topics “Mobile testing in an IoT world” and “Five myths about automated mobile UI testing”.
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|10 Great Questions from Tester to Architect – Ministry of Testing|
|Teaching = Learning | Mindful tester|
|Reinventing Testing: What is Integration Testing? (part 2) | James Bach’s Blog|
|What on earth can just 2 days of testing do for a project? – House of test|
|Running Automated Tests with A/B Testing | WatirMelon Like a lot of modern, data driven sites, WordPress.com uses A/B testing extensively to introduce new features. These tests may be as simple as a label change or as complex as changing the entire sign up flow, for example by offering a free trial. Since I have been working on a set of automated end-to-end…|
|Second Sign of Madness: Apathy|
|Mobile testing in an IoT world – SD Times Software Development NewsThings will only get more complex unless testers are aware of the tools and methodologies of agile and open source|
|Guest View: Five myths about automated mobile UI testing – SD Times Software Development NewsCommon misconceptions about automated mobile UI testing can be dispelled|
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