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BlogSpy Vol 102: The latest round-up of software testing blogs from around the blogosphere

  • 08/07/2015
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Welcome to the 102nd edition of EuroSTAR’s BlogSpy,  the best round-up on the internet of the latest blog posts from the world of software testing.


Defining Your Role as a Tester – Marcus Gaertner

“Recently, I have found myself focusing less on the quality of an organization’s products from a tester’s perspective. At this point, I find myself more and more in the role of helping organizations see the larger picture: How are they set up? What causes conflicts? How does the structure of the organization help build better quality? Most recently, I came across the work from Frederic Laloux and his book titled “Reinventing Organizations“.”

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15 Traits of the Most Brilliant Conference Speakers – Mark Littlewood

“What separates brilliant conference speakers from the also rans, the meh, the downright painful? Whether you are speaking at Business or Software Conference or a small group of colleagues, here are some thoughts on what the very best speakers do to be so great.”

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How to Test the Internet of Everything – Paul Gerrard

Paul Gerrard posts up about his recent visit to Belarus and the recording of the talk he have at the  SQA Days conference in Minsk recently.

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Google Hangout Interview with Katrina Clokie – Nicola Owen

Nicola Owen interviews Katrina Clokie about her testing career, her thoughts on her philosophy of testing and answers some specific questions on testing.


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Why I should test My Programme – Albert Gareev

Albert explains why at a fundamental level, testing is so important.


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There Will Always Be Testing Roles – Josh Grant

Josh Grant takes a deep look at what the title of a tester actually is and what the role of functional tester means.

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Say No to “Bugging” – Majd Uddin

” I think that a Tester’s job should not be just find bugs (and humiliate Programmers) rather one of the prime jobs of a Tester is to improve quality in whatever way. Other testers have suggested some ways and I think helping team adapt a policy of no “Bugging” can be a game changer too.”

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