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Reading Recommendations # 36

The 36th issue of the reading recommendation contains again 8 posts. There are topics about Women in Testing, Testing Skills, learning and what kind of skills helps you to built quality in. Furthermore, there is another episode from Stephen Janaway’s podcast series Testing in the Pub with the topic of security testing. There is another interesting post about the topic How I stopped hating QA. And Katrina Clokie provided yet another awesome testing pathway this time about security testing. And last but not least there is a topic about mobile testing.

Enjoy reading the posts and send me posts that are worth reading and I will mention you and link to your social links or blog.

Reading Recommendations Daniel KnottA Seasoned Tester’s Crystal Ball: Women (like me) in Testing

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Mobile App Europe Summary and Slides

I am just back in Hamburg from the Mobile App Europe Conference and I am still excited about it. I had 2 great days in Potsdam meeting several mobile experts from all over the world to exchange on the latest mobile topics. I had the chance to talk to Dan Cuellar, the creator of Appium which was really great. I talked to people from booking.com, Groupon and other cool companies out there.

Another great thing was that I met Stephen Janaway and Richard Bradshaw again. We had some nice talks and at the end of the first day we were recording another episode of Testing in the Pub together with Denys Zelenchuck, Sergej Mudruk and André Gorzel.

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Reading Recommendations - Adventures in QA

Reading Recommendations # 35

The 35th issue of the reading recommendation contains 8 posts. This time there is another great blog post from Katrina Clokie about Continuous Delivery Testing Pathway, which I highly recommend to read. Furthermore there are topics about “QA people are not testers, or are they?”, “Testing Skills – Abductive Reasoning”, “Will my Robot be the first Non-human to gain ISTQB Software Testing Certification?”, “The Future of Management”, “Public Speaking Tips”, “Getting your Guilds going” and “How to Test Mobile Analytics”.

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Reading Recommendations Daniel KnottKatrina the Tester: Continuous Delivery Testing Pathway

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Mobile Testing with Bug Radar

Bug Radar - Adventures in QAMy colleague Denys Zelenchuk has developed a very helpful Android app called Bug Radar. The main task of this app is to monitor any app that is running on a test device. Whenever the app under test is crashing or not responding (ANR), Bug Radar notifies you about the problem in the notification center and is creating a error report file including the stacktrace and the device info. The report will be saved on the device in the Bug Radar folder and can be send via email for further investigation. Read more

Reading Recommendations - Adventures in QA

Reading Recommendations # 34

The 34th issue of the reading recommendation contains 8 posts. The first post in this issue is dealing with the topic “How to find, Interview and Hire Great Software Testers”. Katrina Clokie wrote again another great pathway post about APIs, Web Services & Microservices. Their is a great post from Neil Studd with the topic “How to Test with non-testers”. Furthermore there are the following topics, “The Essence of Test Automation”, “My Approach to Mobile Accessibility Testing” and “Three interesting bugs”. I also added the link to the current Testing Circus Edition which is always worth reading. And last but not least I added a short slideshare presentation that includes different mobile test automation tools.

Enjoy reading the posts and send me posts that are worth reading and I will mention you and link to your social links or blog.

How to Find, Interview and Hire Great Software Testers – Gurock Quality Hub

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