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BlogSpy Vol 103: The latest round-up of software testing blogs from around the blogosphere

  • 21/07/2015
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The ultimate software testing blogs round-up.. Keep reading to find out more.


Welcome to the 103rd edition of EuroSTAR’s BlogSpy,  the best round-up on the internet of the latest blog posts from the world of software testing.


As Test Huddle is the home of all EuroSTAR’s testing content we are happy to announce that from next week BlogSpy will be moving to the TEST Huddle blog.


The Comprehensive Guide to Sleep Hacking – Cody McLain

Sleep is part of all of our lives. Cody McLain goes through the reasons why sleep is so important and how you can get better sleep.

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Are You a Total Zero? – Simon Knight

Simon Knight describes how when joining a new team it’s best to be a person zero.

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There Must Be Fifty Ways To Scroll Your Window

How many ways is there to scroll down a window? QA Hates you tries to guess how many ways work with the help of Paul Simon.

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Confirmation bias in testing – Mike Talks

Mike examines how the confirmation bias can be applied to testing.

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From Manual Testing To Test Automation – Alex Siminiuc

Alex reflects on the changing role of manual testing.

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Thinking like a tester” workshop – Pekka Marjamäki

“I like to think that there is no testing without thinking. If thinking isn’t involved, it is not testing. Machine doesn’t think, thus it just checks. Human challenges, observes, infers, models, etc. all the time while looking at a test object. A human tester thinks. That is why we need to practice different ways of thinking. It’s like exercising a muscle, but the muscle is our brains.”

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