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BlogSpy Vol 94: The latest round-up of software testing blogs from around the blogosphere

  • 12/05/2015
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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.


It’s a Testing Blog Jim, but not as you know it – Colin Cherry

Colin Cherry writes about how important a name can be and how that can be applied to testing/checking.

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Ever Had Your Screen Talk Back To You? – Michael Larsen

Michael writes about an event he is hosting to look at accessibility to common webistes and how testers and developers can help.

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Why do I blog about Software Testing? – Nicola Owen

Nicola gives her reasons for blogging about software testing.

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8 Reasons to Shift Testing Right – Lanette Creamer


“Most articles that talk about shifting testing are “Shift Left”. This means that you want to start testing earlier. I absolutely agree that we need to start testing as soon as possible, but I believe that the important thing is to “Test Broadly”. I mean, expand testing to the right as well. We shouldn’t be shifting left or right. We should be playing every quarter of the game.”

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Don’t Bother Calculating ROI For Test Automation – Eric Jacobson


After reading Cost Benefits Analysis of Test Automation, Eric gives his reasons why it is not worth calculating the ROI for test automation

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BDD is,BDD is not – Augusto Evangelisti


Augusto explores what he believes BBD represents and what it does not represent.

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