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Reading Recommendations # 56

I hope you had some nice easter vacation days and enjoyed the free time with your family and friends. Right after easter there is the 56th edition of my reading recommendations. This time the edition contains 5 interesting blog posts with various topics that might be of interest for you. There are topics like “Use your stand up to make testing visible”, “How to Use EarlGrey Framework for iOS Functional UI Testing”, “How do you create a friendly conference?”, “Top 5 traps of test automation” and “Learning pathways for testers”.

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.

Testing Runtime Permissions: Lessons LearnedKatrina the Tester: Use your stand up to make testing visible

How to Use EarlGrey Framework for iOS Functional UI TestingHow to Use EarlGrey Framework for iOS Functional UI Testing This article takes a glance on Google EarlGrey and how it works in the basic level of syntax, matchers, and API, and how it compares to Google Espresso.
How do you create a friendly conference?Katrina the Tester: How do you create a friendly conference?
Top 5 traps of test automationTop 5 traps of test automation | TEST DETECTIVE
Awesome Testing: Learning pathways for testersAwesome Testing: Learning pathways for testers

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