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BlogSpy Vol 100: The latest round-up of software testing blogs from around the blogosphere

  • 23/06/2015
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Welcome to the 100th edition of EuroSTAR’s BlogSpy,  the best round-up on the internet of the latest blog posts from the Software Testing Industry.


Startup Series: Why You Should Test At Your Startup – Rajit Singh

As part of our StartUp series, Rajit Singh explains why sharing and testing are so important in any startup

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Skill set of a software tester: Part 2 – Viktor Slavchev

Viktor Slavchev explores his mind Map of software testing skills in more detail. 

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Checking: How to feel like an idiot while not being one – Maaret Pyhäjärvi

Maaret looks at where checking fits in the paradigm of testing and programming and what the exact definition of checking is.

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Mobile App Testing: Building Great Customer Experiences – Nikhil Kaul

“With the rise in Internet of Things (IOT), one can expect the use of mobile to continue exploding. As with testing other applications, improving time to market as well as application quality, while keeping testing costs low, remains a key driver for organizations looking to roll out mobile applications to the marketplace.”

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UI Testing Excellence – James Thomas

“So I had a character picker to test across three releases, call them A, B and C. Between A and B new characters had been added and there was a requirement that a certain range of the Latin-1 character set must be fully-populated by these additions. Between B and C there should be no differences. ”

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Writing the BDDs… Good Lord, NO! – Tim Ottinger

“Because I love you and I care about your reputation and your perception in the world I have to tell you something. You sound like a hick. Not a southerner or a mountain person, a hick from some software jerkwater. It’s when you say you are “writing the BDDs.” You are not writing the BDDs. BDD is a process….”

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Decision Driven Test Management – 6 tips to improve the value of your testing – Joel Montvelisky

“I have said this a number of times in the past, if your management thinks that your job is to find all the bugs in the product and deliver a defect-free release at the end of the process, I strongly recommend you find another management…”

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Stories About Distributed Development: Part 2 – Bernhard Burger

Continuing his exploration of how development can work across distributed team, in the second of the series, Bernhard Burger looks at the challenges that are caused by language and culture differences.

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