My readings

Learning to say NO!

by Joel Montvelisky

Are you a YESaholic?

#QATips: Great post by @joelmonte – Learning to say NO! http://wfapm.com/aknyzo #softwaretesting #testing #qa

via jayphilips


Social Networking and the Test Industry

by Sean P. Morley

The impact of social networking on software testing – interesting  point of view.

RT @Rob_Lambert: Good post on social networks and testing : http://bit.ly/c0muDB #testing #softwaretesting #qa

via rvansteenbergen


Exploring Rapid Reporter

by Zeger Van Hese

Are you looking for a tool to document your exploratory testing sessions?

Freshly pressed: “Exploring Rapid Reporter” http://bit.ly/dbxFlc #softwaretesting #testing (Thanks @sgershon for creating RapidReporter!)

via TestSideStory


Combinatorial Testing: Complex Interactions

by Bj Rollison

A close look at a testing technique.

New blog post in series on combinatorial #testing; complex interactions http://bit.ly/aiAnWD

via TestingMentor


Caution! Canned Test Planning

by Lynn McKee

Interesting analysis about using test planning templates.

RT @lynn_mckee: “Caution! Canned Test Planning” New blog post on the limitations of test planning templates – http://bit.ly/cir1lP #testing #qa #templates

via  andreachiou


Performance testing in Agile environments

by HP

A useful white paper.

White paper: Performance #testing in Agile environments http://bit.ly/aQVE98 #in #softwaretesting

via mpkhosla


Leadership

by Alan Page

Leadership is needed wherever you have a team – applies to the testing community too. Good blog post.

Leadership http://bit.ly/9DDY1q by Alan Page

via Lubaia


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