Long time no read for you and writing for me. I spend the last 2 month with my family and not in front of a computer screen to enjoy the life (almost 😉 ) outside of the technology world. However, now I am back relaxed and with new ideas in my mind to share them with you in the upcoming days and month. I want to reactivate my blog with my known reading recommendations. In one of the next posts I will present you the results of a survey I created some months ago. So stay tuned and have fun with my reading recos.
The 88 issue of my reading recommendations contains 7 very interesting blog posts and one book recommendation (which I will read soon, too). The are topics about “Session Based Testing in Agile/DevOps Environments”, “The Interview Roadshow”, “Does certification have value or not?”, “A Practical Guide to Testing in DevOps – by Katrina Clokie”, “THREE FREE PROGRAMMING COURSES FOR TESTERS”, “(Live) slow connection mobile testing”, “Ready, Tester One? GO!” and “We’re getting worse at testing”.
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.
Session Based Testing in Agile/DevOps Environments – Tales of Testing
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.
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