This is the 82 issue of my reading recommendations contains 6 very interesting blog posts and many of them cover mobile testing and development. This time with “Test Manager vs. Test Coach”, “What is LegoAutomation?”, “Oh the tests I’ll run”, “Software Testing Shouldn’t Require Expert Coding Skills”, “Automation Delay – And How To Prevent It” and “Why Most Organizations Should Stop Hiring Software Testers as Employees”.
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Oh the tests I’ll runLast week, Katrina Clokie (@katrina_tester) asked this question on twitter: Has anyone dynamically ordered automated checks so that those most likely to fail are executed first, then the bui…
Automation Delay – And How To Prevent It – Uncharted WatersMatt Heusser describes a tell-tale problem on far too many tooling projects: Automation delay that actually slows you down – and what to do about it.
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