This is the 74 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: “Testing is believing: What if information isn’t enough?”, “When the whole team owns testing: Building testing skills”, “Thinking Quality In”, “Mob Testing meets Automation”, “What Test Engineers do at Google”, “Breaking into testing” and “Who should I follow on Twitter?”.
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.
When you have finished reading the recommended blog posts think about leaving a comment. The author of the blog will love to see your comment and it will start a nice discussion about the topic that may help others to understand the topic even more.
|Testing is believing: What if information isn’t enough?
|When the whole team owns testing: Building testing skills – Agile Testing with Lisa Crispin
|Thinking Quality In
|A Seasoned Tester’s Crystal Ball: Mob Testing meets Automation
|What Test Engineers do at Google
|Breaking into testing: 2016 edition – Neil Studd
|Who should I follow on Twitter?
Thanks for reading, re-tweeting and sharing my reading recommendations every week! If you have any kind of blog post, podcast or video that is worth sharing with the software testing community, send me the URL either via comments, twitter or mail and I will add it with a mention of your name to my reading recommendations.