Reading Recommendations # 6

Here is the 6th episode of my reading recommendations. This issue contains six posts from different topics like how it’s tested: “Cuckoo clocks”, “The 8 Fs of Software Failure”, “Automation is key but don’t automate manual tests”, “Test your knowledge with uTest University Quizzes”, “How to embed screenshot in Cucumber reports” and “Testing beyond requirements? How much … Read more

Reading Recommendations # 5

Here is the 5th episode of my reading recommendations. This issue contains five posts from topics like how to interview software testers, quest for testers, a very nice video podcast from OpenSignal about Mobile Sensor Networks. Furthermore, I added a nice post from Stephen Janaway where he wrote about his experiences with a testing bug bash. Last but … Read more

Reading Recommendations # 4

It’s sunday again and here is the 4th episode of my reading recommendations. This issue contains seven posts from topics like mobile testing, communication to a new level of testing post from Huib Shoots. This version of the reading recommendations contains also a link to a Youtube video from John Sonmez, where he is talking about the topic … Read more

Reading Recommendations # 3

And again, here is the 3rd episode of my reading recommendations. This issue contains seven posts about different topics from why you don’t need a bug tracker, testers shouldn’t write code, generic testing personas to a QA mindset. Furthermore, I added the link to the current state of testing survey. Please take your time and … Read more

Reading Recommendations # 2

This week I have new reading recommendations for you. The second issue contains  7 posts about different topics from speaking at and expectations about conferences, real life bugs in the automotive world, qualitative research about coding and software testing. Besides that there is a must read from Jonathan Kohl about designing products for smartwatches & wearables. … Read more