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BlogSpy Vol 92: The latest round-up of software testing blogs from around the blogosphere

  • 28/04/2015
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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.


The Day I Quit – Brian J. Noggle

Brian discuses why he quit his first job and what would have to happen for him to quit his role in QA.

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How is Regression Testing Performed? Can It be Done Manually? – Swati 

Swati addresses a question that has been concerning her for a while.

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When The Music’s Over – Michael Larsen

Michael Larsen reflects on his experience of getting to know and working with  Kenneth Pier (Director of Quality Assurance, SocialText) who passed away recently.

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Introducing Behaviour Driven Development (BDD) – Jan Stenberg

“When the desired outcome of a new project has been defined, Behaviour-Driven Development(BDD) can help in overcoming the gap between the developer’s understanding of what needs to be built and the business’ understanding of the technical challenges caused by the requirements”.

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What high energy physics taught me about testing – Karlo Smid

“One of my passions is to learn about space. In this post I will explain what I learn from astronomers and high-energy physicists about software testing.”

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Adjusting to Working in a Cross-Functional Team Part II – Nicola Owen

Nicole writes about adjusting to working as part of a cross functional team and how she has adjusted to the new landscape.

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