Every week we scour the web to bring you interesting and thought provoking articles. Take a look at the links below to see what we’ve been reading this week:
- MEWT5 – Reflections on moving from generalist to specialist testing: Dan Billing (@TheTestDoctor), blogger at thetestdoctor.wordpress.com, talks about his experience at the Midlands Exploratory Workshop in Testing.
- The Myth of the Software Rewrite: Erik Dietrich (@daedtech), founder of DaedTech LLC, and contributor at blog.ndepend.com, reveals the myth of software rewrite.
- Software Rewrite – The Chase: Erik Dietrich (@daedtech), founder of DaedTech LLC, and contributor at dzone.com, continues to reveal the myth of software rewrite.
- You Are Not Checking: Michael Bolton (@michaelbolton), blogger at www.developsense.com, explains why you could be testing and not checking.
- How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Software Testing Industry: Keith Klain (@KeithKlain), blogger at qualityremarks.com, talks about the crazyness of the Software Testing Industry.
- Kanban for Software Testing Teams: Sofia Palamarchuck (@sopalamarchuk), editor at www.stickyminds.com, gives great introduction to Kanban Agile Testing Methodology.
- Redefining Testing – Static and Otherwise: Brendan Connolly (@theBConnolly), blogger at www.brendanconnolly.net, defines Static Testing and Testing enumerating several authors and ISTQB.
- Career Path for Testers: Connor Roberts (@connorroberts), blogger at pixelgrill.com, suggests interesting career paths for Testers.
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