Readings

Have a break and think about your team.

Fill in the blanks

by Esther Derby
Fill in the blanks http://j.mp/k985Mn by Esther Derby #communication

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What Can You Do About It?

by Catherine Powell

What Can You Do About It? http://j.mp/l1Lywi by Catherine Powell #management

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I imagined the future that I wanted and I started the construction

By José Baldaia

I imagined the future that I wanted and I started the construction http://j.mp/mLFp9H by @jabaldaia

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A Competent Tester

By John Stevenson

The expected result was 42. Now what was the test?: A Competent Tester http://t.co/ICwkjTy

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Plenty of Reading

Shortening the feedback loop

by Lisa Crispin

Shortening the feedback loop http://j.mp/fnhYU7 by Lisa Crispin – Great!

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Still No Silver Bullets

By Esther Derby

Still No Silver Bullets http://estherderby.com/?p=1903 #agile

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Best practices for “Best practices”

By Markus Gärtner

New blog entry: Best practices for “Best practices”http://f.ast.ly/ppBw5

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Refactoring and Redesign are Different

by Johanna Rothman

Refactoring and Redesign are Different http://s2etx.th8.us by Johanna Rothman #agile

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There are three main strategies when recruiting testers

By The Cartoon Tester

There are three main strategies when recruiting testers http://j.mp/hH01uv by The Cartoon Tester

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My ABC’s of Agile

By Jason Novack

ABC’s of Agile http://j.mp/e3cmdJ by Jason Novack #agile

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Don’t Test It #1 – Crisis In Production

By Eric Jacobson

Don’t Test It #1 – Crisis In Production http://j.mp/fPs5Ap by Eric Jacobson

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Bugs that automated tests aren’t good at finding

By Bj Rollison

Bugs that automated tests aren’t good at finding http://j.mp/hyBhlM by Bj Rollison #softwaretesting #testing

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