Reading Recommendations # 84

Long time no read. Well, I spent the last 3 weeks being on vacation from my day to day job and from the Internet itself. I wasn’t completely offline, but I reduced my time on twitter and other social networks and it was a great time reflecting my work and spending 100% of my time with my wife and son. I can highly recommend you to do the same. I already plan a longer absence around August and September this year 🙂 But let’s get back to the reading recommendations. The 84 issue of my reading recommendations contains 7 very interesting blog posts form the last weeks which I really enjoyed reading after my vacation. The topics are “Manipulating the test data”, “Pairing For Learning – Across the Team”, ” Test Coaching Competency Framework”, “Where do our flaky tests come from?”, “You Say Test I Say Check. On We Go.”, “Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication” and “Lessons learned in leading Testing CoP”.

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.

Manipulating the test data - Reading RecommendationsManipulating the test data – Mobile Automation Testing Once I started to work on a terrible project. Where all the possible mistakes were done. But I’m really thankful that it has happened, because now I know how the project shouldn’t look like. One of the learning that I took from this situation is that you should do the proper data management. The test…

Pairing For Learning – Across the Team - Reading RecommendationsPairing For Learning – Across the Team
Test Coaching Competency Framework - Reading RecommendationsKatrina the Tester: Test Coaching Competency Framework
Where do our flaky tests come from? - Reading RecommendationsWhere do our flaky tests come from?
You Say Test I Say Check. On We Go. - Reading RecommendationsFriendly Tester: You Say Test I Say Check. On We Go.
Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication - Reading RecommendationsSimplicity is the ultimate sophistication – Mobile Automation Testing In this article I want to write about the automation code that is impossible to read. I’ve seen around 10 automation projects in my life and 8 of them were written using a very complicated code. I want to share my opinion on the reasons why that happens. The separation on Software Developers and Test…
Lessons learned in leading Testing CoP - Reading RecommendationsLessons learned in leading Testing CoP – Tales of Testing

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