The 87 issue of my reading recommendations contains 6 very interesting blog posts. The are topics about “Cake, Coffee and some POT”, “Who are these ominous “testers”?”, “Mobile Testing Tools”, “A Tester’s Journey: Select Your Team”, “How often you should run your automation” and “Confidence’s Role in Software Testing”.
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How often you should run your automation – Mobile Automation TestingIn this article I’m going to describe several strategies on how frequently you should run automation in your project. I will try to tackle all the possible variations, so everyone will be able to pick something out that suites for his/her project. You can ask, why are there more than one possible solution? The answer…
Confidence’s Role in Software Testing – ThinkTesting.comDo you hear “QA is a bottleneck” in your organization? Maybe the test team lacks confidence in the quality of code historically delivered by development
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