The 58th edition of my reading recommendations. This time the edition contains 6 interesting blog posts with various topics that might be of interest for you. There are topics like “When Product Management Goes Wrong – Part 2”, “Repetition in testing “, “How to Address Flaky Tests”, “Put down the pitchforks and pick up a keyboard”, “The 9 Coaching Roles” and “How to lose $172,222 a second for 45 minutes”. This episode has a nice mixture of testing, product and coaching posts.
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Jonathan Kohl | When Product Management Goes Wrong – Part 2 – the Dinosaur
Mob Programming: Put down the pitchforks and pick up a keyboardTogether with my colleague Oli Wennell, I recently gave a talk at the BGL Technology Conference in Shoreditch, to communicate our team’s love of mob programm…
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