go back to the blog

BlogSpy Vol 77: The latest round-up of software testing blogs from around the blogosphere

  • 14/01/2015
  • no comments
  • Posted by Ronan

Welcome to the latest edition of Eurostar’s BlogSpy, a round up of some of the latest blog posts from the Software Testing Industry that have caught our eye in the last week.


Best practices you can learn from watching Big Bang Theory

“They  say don’t mix business with pleasure, but a few days ago the two mixed all on their own while I was watching a re-run of the big bang theory. Rather than letting my mind escape into mind numbing television, I found myself pondering professional aspects of software testing.”

Read More Here


Taking Severity Seriously – Michael Bolton

Michael Bolton argues that software companies don’t implement the right bug severity measurement system. He suggests how such a system could be written.

Read More Here


Why isn’t the architecture in the code? – Simon Brown

” I’ve often asked the same thing and, if the code is the embodiment/implementation of the architecture, this information really should be present in the code. But my experience suggests this is rarely the case.”

Read More Here


Agile is Focused on..Capacity Equilisation! – Robert Galen

“Not that long ago, I received an email from someone in the Northwestern part of the US. They were thinking of moving to agile approaches and they wanted to pick my brain surrounding the logistics of “going Agile”. It was an introduction of sorts, but it was also an assessment…..”

Read More Here


The quality of testing – Nicolai L. Nielsen

“Just recently I attended a venue, where the quality of testing was the topic of the day. There was some interesting points about how this could be measured and monitored that I would like to share.”

Read More Here


Who is stopping developers from doing unit testing? – Maaret Pyhäjärvi  

“Last night I participated at .NET user group meeting in San Diego. I should not feel that out of place, after all, I work with .NET development even if I choose to focus on testing, and I love talking to my developers about all the cool stuff they get excited about. And that tends to be about some very neat way of implementing something. I thoroughly enjoy the excitement they have for their craft even if I occasionally wonder how something like that could be so interesting, but I know they feel the same about me ranting about something really cool on the testing scene or what I learned about our product or people or whatever makes me tick this time.”

Read More Here


Habits, Dreams, and Goals – JD Meier

A great blog post for the beginning of 2015. JD Meier runs through the best approach he found for forming habits to meet your goals and dreams in the new year whether they be fitness, learning or other goals. He suggest five points to meet these goals.

Read More Here


Don’t forget to email or tweet us your blog posts to be featured in next weeks Blog Spy round up!

Read Last Week’s Blogspy here.

Blog post by

go back to the blog


Leave your blog link in the comments below.

EuroSTAR In Pictures

View image gallery