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BlogSpy Vol 97: The latest round-up of software testing blogs from around the blogosphere

  • 02/06/2015
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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.


Flushing Out the Bugs – Randy Rice

Recent changes in the weather patterns in his native Oklahoma and neighbouring Texas has made Randy Rice think more about how software bugs can be detected with a new technique.

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eBay rejects ISO29119 and standardisation of software testing – Ben Kelly

Ben Kelly, Software Testing Team Lead, Development Team Lead at eBay posts about the statement eBay released last week stating the company would not be supporting the new ISO standards for software testing.

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Selenium – What programming language you should learn to get into Test Automation – Joe Colantonio

Joe Colantonio addresses a question that he has received numerous times via email. What language should you use when using Selenium for testing.

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How to think like tester – QA Hipster


A guide to how to think like a tester!

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How browser automation helped me to find UI issue – Karlo Smid

“There is important misunderstanding that Context driven school of testing is against test automation and programming in general. In following example I will give an example that will help to refute such opinion.”

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<sigh> Automation…again – Alan Page

A balanced  view from Alan Page on what how automation testing should not be percieved as the enemy to testing but should be made use of to do the work that humans don’t need to do.

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Why Self Defence Thinking Is Applicable On Testing – Magnus Pettersson

Magnus explains how the rules of self defence can be utilised to help identify bugs and avoid potentially bad situations when testing.

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Our Long Journey Towards DevOps – Laurent Py

“we deploy continuously new development into production. It means that we deploy between 1 to 10 small increments every day. It enables us to get early feedback from users, do A/B testing, react quickly when we have to deliver a bug fix…”

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