Long time no read! Sorry I was on vacation for three weeks and didn’t had the time to read or share any testing related articles. However, I am back online and here is the 71 issue of my reading recommendations is packed with 7 very interesting blog posts. Thanks to all the bloggers out there writing the great content. This issue include the topics: “Labels on Mobile Forms”, “Give Your Automated Checks a Voice”, “Mobile Defects Ring A Bell”, “Testing In The Pub Episode 31 – Whole Team Testing and The 3 Amigos “, “Whose fault is it anyway?”, “Tester Augmentation, Not Test Automation” and “As a software tester, do I need to learn about automation?”.
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