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#Testing Articles, Blogs, & News - 4/23/17 - 4/29/17

Here are some posts that caught our attention from the testing community over the last week.

Simon Morley answers "Where is Testing ...?"

Jeff Nyman blogs about "The Unique Discipline of Testing."

Kim Knupp posts two interesting pieces on "Joining a CD Team the experience report" and "Experimenting with a Zero Bug policy."

Damian Synadinos writes on "Words and Meaning: A Mobius Relationship – Part 2."

Erik Brickarp pens parts 1 and 2 regarding "Peer conferences."

Michael Fritzius explains "Why Your Automation is Never "Done"."

The Women Testers April 2017 Edition was published and is ready for download.

Podcasts were released by PythonBytes, Test Talks, and The Testing Show.

You can find the links to these articles, news, events, and more (34 items this week) at Testing Curator's weekly curated list of Testing Bits at http://bit.ly/2oXNX7A

As always, we are on the look out for posts that other testers have found of interest and value. Please share your favorite articles, blog posts, books, podcasts, slide shares, or videos that you think will benefits the testing community and we will add those to our curating sources.

You can comment on this post, send an email, or leave a message.

Thank you for your positive feedback, likes, and shares of Testing Bits every week! 

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Blog Update: #Testing Articles, Blogs, & News - 4/16/17 - 4/22/17

Here are some posts that caught our attention from the testing community over the last week.

Alan Richardson outlines an approach to testing in "Input -> Process -> Output : I test systems"

Viktor Slavchev shares his observations on "What is software testing according to the “others”."

T.J. Maher is contributing his notes in a large series on learning Appium Desktop.

Ben Kelly blogs about "Cynefin and Software Testing – The Obvious."

Jeff Listfield answers "Where do our flaky tests come from?"

Michael Fritzius recommends "Prune Your Automation!"

Dave Westerveld writes "Your Automation is Making You Less Agile."

Katrina Clokie pens "Introducing testers to developers."

Podcasts were released by Python Bytes, Let's Talk About Tests, and Screen Testing.

You can find the links to these articles, news, events, and more (33 items this week) at Testing Curator's weekly curated list of Testing Bits at http://bit.ly/2oVdl0m

As always, we are on the look out for posts that other testers have found of interest and value. Please share your favorite articles, blog posts, books, podcasts, slide shares, or videos that you think will benefits the testing community and we will add those to our curating sources.

You can comment on this post, send an email, or leave a message.

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Blog Update - Testing Bits - #Testing Articles, Blogs, & News - 4/9/17 - 4/15/17

Here are some posts that caught our attention from the testing community over the last week.

Damian Synadinos writes about "Words and Meaning: A Mobius Relationship – Part 1."

Ricard Bradshaw says "You Say Test I Say Check. On We Go."

Elisabeth Hocke shares "Our Team's First Mobbing Session."

Jeff Nyman posts "Development Lessons Ported to Testing."

Josiah Renaudin conducts "Trust Your Testing Team and Stop Leading from the Front: An Interview with Bob Galen."

Ash Winter describes "The Four Hour Tester - Interpretation as a Team Exercise."

Dave Westerveld states "Don’t be an Automation Miser."

The April edition of Testing Trapeze is available for download.

Podcasts were released by Python Bytes, Test Talks, and the Testing Show.

You can find the links to these articles, news, events, and more (27 items this week) at Testing Curator's weekly curated list of Testing Bits at http://bit.ly/2nUXmAk

As always, we are on the look out for posts that other testers have found of interest and value. Please share your favorite articles, blog posts, books, podcasts, slide shares, or videos that you think will benefits the testing community and we will add those to our curating sources.

You can comment on this post, send an email, or leave a message.

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Blog Update: #Testing Articles, Blogs, & News - 4/2/17 - 4/8/17

Here are some posts that caught our attention from the testing community over the last week.

Damian Synadinos describes "How I Learn."

Rouan Wilsenach blogs "QA in Production."

Katrina Clokie presents the "Test Coaching Competency Framework."

Ash Winter begins a new series explaining the "Wheel of Testing Part 1 - Motivations."

Vivien Ibironke Ibiyemi writes "Enhance Your Testing Skills with Mindset Tools."

T.J. Maher explores "Learning Appium: What is Appium Server and How Do You Start It Through Appium Desktop?"

Neha provides test design ideas for "Payment Gateway Testing: The Tester’s Hands-on Guide with Checklist/"

Podcasts were released by AB Testing, Let's Talk About Tests, Python Bytes, Screen Testing, and Test Talks.

Be sure to check out the 2017 State of Testing Report!

You can find the links to these articles, news, events, and more (29 items this week) at Testing Curator's weekly curated list of Testing Bits at http://bit.ly/2ow3f6c

As always, we are on the look out for posts that other testers have found of interest and value. Please share your favorite articles, blog posts, books, podcasts, slide shares, or videos that you think will benefits the testing community and we will add those to our curating sources. You can comment on this post, send an email, or leave a message on Twitter.

Thank you for your positive feedback, likes, and shares of Testing Bits every week! 

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#Testing Articles, Blogs, & News - 3/26/17 - 4/1/17

Here are some posts that caught our attention from the testing community over the last week.

The 2017 State of Testing Report has been published showing the pulse of the testing community.

Alan Richardson answers "How do you interview testers?"

Nishi Grover Garg blogs "Let the ‘Agile Manifesto’ guide your testing efforts!"

T.J. Maher posts about a "New automation framework released to test APIs: Introducing Karate, by Intuit India's Peter Thomas"

Swati Seela introduces testers to "Katalon Studio Tutorial: A Free Test Automation Tool You Have Been Waiting For."

Podcasts were released by Let's Talk About Tests, Python Bytes, Test Talks, and The Testing Show.

You can find the links to these articles, news, events, and more (16 items this week) at Testing Curator's weekly curated list of Testing Bits at http://bit.ly/2nwZbPW

As always, we are on the look out for posts that other testers have found of interest and value. Please share your favorite articles, blog posts, books, podcasts, slide shares, or videos that you think will benefits the testing community and we will add those to our curating sources. You can comment on this post, send an email, or leave a message on Twitter.

Thank you for your positive feedback, likes, and shares of Testing Bits every week! 

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#Testing Articles, Blogs, & News - 3/19/17 - 3/25/17

Here are some posts that caught our attention from the testing community over the last week.

Trevor Atkins blogs "Better Test Reporting – Data-Driven Storytelling."

Martin Jansson writes about the "Implication of emphasis on automation in CI."

Albert Gareev answers "Fact checking: "Is testing certification worth it for getting a job?"

T.J. Maher posts "Are you sure the bus line is still listed?: Interacting with the MBTA's API using REST Assured."

Sunjeet Khokhar explains that if you "Want to Lead by example ? …. be “emotionally nimble."

Matthew Bretten shows "The other side of the interview table."

Podcasts were released by Python Bytes, Screen Testing, and Test Talks.

You can find the links to these articles, news, events, and more (27 items this week) at Testing Curator's weekly curated list of Testing Bits at http://bit.ly/2nTeBRS

As always, we are on the look out for posts that other testers have found of interest and value. Please share your favorite articles, blog posts, books, podcasts, slide shares, or videos that you think will benefits the testing community and we will add those to our curating list.

You can comment on this post, send an email, or send me a message.

Thank you for your positive feedback, likes, and shares of Testing Bits every week!


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#Testing Articles, Blogs, & News - 3/12/17 - 3/18/17

Here are some posts that caught our attention from the testing community over the last week.

Lisa Crispin explains the importance of "Pairing For Learning – Across the Team."

Steve Cross blogs about the "The Curious Case of the Test Case."

Ash Winter shares a "Test Approach Mnemonic: MICROBE."

Robert Bayer describes a way for "Managing a Mobile Device Lab."

Michael Bolton writes his first post of an upcoming series with "Deeper Testing (1): Verify and Challenge."

Maaret Pyhäjärvi details "A Mob Testing Experience."

Katsiaryna Sidarenka examines "“United Colors” Of Usability: How To Mix And Match DIY Usability Testing With Agile."

Podcasts were released by Python Bytes, Test Talks, and the Testing Show.

You can find the links to these articles, news, events, and more (32 items this week) at Testing Curator's weekly curated list of Testing Bits at http://bit.ly/2mXgo5H

As always, we are on the look out for posts that other testers have found of interest and value. Please share your favorite articles, blog posts, books, podcasts, slide shares, or videos that you think will benefits the testing community and we will add those to our curation.

You can comment on this post, send an email, or leave a message on Twitter.

Thank you for your positive feedback, +1s, and shares of Testing Bits every week! 

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#Testing Articles, Blogs, & News - 3/5/17 - 3/11/17

Here are some posts that caught our attention from the testing community over the last week.

Noah Sussman lists "108 Counterintuitive Things QA People Know About The Field Of Software Testing."

Eran Kinsbruner blogs "Introducing Reporting Test Driven Development (RTDD)."

Daniel Knott writes about "The Mobile Release Train."

Katrina Clokie answers "How do you hire a junior tester?"

Anna-Marie Charrett believes that "Test Leadership is here to stay."

Bas Dijkstra writes "How to get the most from your test automation suite."

Alan Richardson helps testers with "Ambiguity Detection and Weaponisation for Software Testers."

David Tzemach outlines the "Most Common Myths about Quality Assurance and Testing."

Podcasts were released by AB Testing, Let's Talk About Tests, Python Bytes, STP Radio, Test Talks, and Testing in the Pub.

You can find the links to these articles, news, events, and more (37 items this week) at Testing Curator's weekly curated list of Testing Bits at http://bit.ly/2nvqfOW

As always, we are on the look out for posts that other testers have found of interest and value to read. Please comment here with your favorite articles and blog posts from the past week.


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#Testing Articles, Blogs, & News - 2/26/17 - 3/4/17

Here are some posts that caught my attention from the testing community over the last week.

Angie Jones lists "5 ways to drive your automation engineers away."

John Andrews investigates "The paradigm shift in preventing bugs vs. catching them later."

Neil Studd shares "Lessons learned from editing my first podcast." Michael Larsen also writes about podcasting in a four part series.

John Ruberto blogs "Focus Your Testing by Understanding How Customers Use Your Product."

T.J. Maher writes two interesting pieces on working with recruiters.

Bas Dijkstra describes his "First steps as a test automation coach."

Claire Moss provides valuable insight on "Organizing meetups" and Katrina Clokie writes about setting up a "Test Leadership Breakfast."

Tammy Everts answers "Downtime vs slowtime: Which hurts more?"

Women Testers January 2017 edition was released with writing from Claire Moss, Sandeep Garg, Karen Johnson, Parimala Hariprasad, Amanda Perkins, and an editorial from Keith Klain.

Podcasts were released by Python Bytes, STP Radio, Test & Code, Test Talks, and The Testing Show.

You can find the links to these articles, news, events, and more (48 items this week) at Testing Curator's weekly curated list of Testing Bits at http://bit.ly/2mIzKy9

As always, I am on the look out for posts that other testers have found of interest and value to read. Please comment here with your favorite articles and blog posts from the past week.


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#Testing Articles, Blogs, & News - 2/19/17 - 2/25/17

Here are some posts that caught my attention from the testing community over the last week.

James Willett describes a method to working more efficiently in "The 100 Day Deep Work Challenge."

Augusto Evangelisti asks "Testers, what business are you in?"

Joel Montvelisky exclaims "Stop being a NON-Technical Tester!"

Jeff Nyman blogs "Describing My Role."

Adam Knight blogs about "The Innovation Silo."

Raj Subramanian lists "4 Steps to Rebuilding a Testing Team: Bringing Stability to Chaos."

Brendan Connolly describes "SoapUI: Configuring Rest Services Without WADL."

Mark Duivesteijn notes the trends on "Which Android versions are most important for testing?"

Martin Cunnington lists "Standard platform, operating system and browser recommendations (Feb 17)

There is a new podcast on the testing scene. Be sure to listen to Neil Studd and Dan Billing as they introduce ScreenTesting.

Podcasts were also released by AB Testing, Let's Talk About Tests, PythonBytes, STP Radio, and Test Talks.

You can find the links to these articles, news, events, and more (45 items this week) at Testing Curator's weekly curated list of Testing Bits at http://bit.ly/2kZxmT6

As always, I am on the look out for posts that other testers have found of interest and value to read. Please comment here with your favorite articles and blog posts from the past week.

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