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Blogspy Vol 62: The latest round-up of software testing blog posts from around the blogosphere

  • 16/09/2014
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Welcome to the latest edition of EuroSTAR’s Blog Spy, a round up of some of the latest blog posts from the Software Testing Industry that have caught our eye in the last week:

ISO 29119 Questions: Part 2 – Simon Morley

Simon contuines his preview of the ISO standards and his thoughts on it with part 2 focusing on the content of the standards published so far. If you are curious part 1 can be viewed here too.
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Testing in the Pub Episode IV – Dan Ashby

Dan Ashby and Steven Janaway contuines the series of Testing in the Pub talks this time talking about being a valuable team members.
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Do we have something else than ISO29119? – Simon ‘Peter’ Schrijver

Another comment piece on the ISO standards as it looks like the debate will contuine on this subject for some time.
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The Software Tester’s Greatest Asset – Randy Rice

“The reality is there are many ways to perform testing. It’s also easy to use the wrong approach on a particular project or task. It’s the old Maslow “law of the instrument” that says, “I suppose it is tempting, if the only tool you have is a hammer, to treat everything as if it were a nail.””
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Ten at Ten Meetings – J.D. Meier

“Ten at Ten are a very simple tool for helping teams stay focused, connected, and collaborate more effectively, the Agile way. I’ve been leading distributed teams and v-teams for years. I needed a simple way to keep everybody on the same page, expose issues, and help everybody on the team increase their awareness of results and progress, as well as unblock and breakthrough blocking issues.”
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Alice and the Cheshire Cat talk ISO 29119 – Mike Talks

Mike Talks offers his unique perspective on the ISO debate with a imagined discussion between Alice and the Cheshire Cat.
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The FaceBook Effect – Adam Knight

Adam Knight explores the effect of social media on the testing community and the effect it has had.
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Re-evaluating the “book burners” accusation – Neil Studd

Neil Studd reviews the “book burners” comment in light of reading Fahrenheit 451.
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