The 51th edition of the reading recommendations contains 6 interesting blog posts with various topics that might be of interest for you. The first one is from Richard Bradshaw and is about “A Four Week Approach to Creating Abstracts”. The next post is from Robert Lambert with the topic “The Problems with Meetings”. Then there is a post with the topic “6 Questions To Ask Before Releasing Software”. Another very interesting article is about the current date bug in iOS which can brick your i-device when setting the date to 1st of January 1970.
Last week the Google engineers released EarlGrey a functional UI testing framework and the initial post is in this list, too. The last post for this week is from Simon Knight with the topic “Narrow Your Focus to Reach the Right People With Your Words”.
Enjoy reading the posts and send me new ones that are worth reading and I will mention you and link to your social links or blog.
|Friendly Tester: A Four Week Approach to Creating Abstracts|
|The Problems With Meetings – Cultivated Management The Problems With Meetings – Cultivated Management|
|6 Questions To Ask Before Releasing Software – Ministry of Testing|
|Setting the date to 1 January 1970 will brick your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch | Technology | The Guardian Date bug will prevent 64-bit iOS devices from booting up, rendering them inoperable even through fail-safe restore methods using iTunes|
|Google Testing Blog: EarlGrey – iOS Functional UI Testing Framework|
|Narrow Your Focus to Reach the Right People With Your Words | Knightlife|
Next week will be the 1 year anniversary of the reading recommendation, lets see what this edition brings.