Blogspy 126: This week’s round-up of the best software testing blog posts from the blogosphere

Welcome to the 126th edition of EuroSTAR’s BlogSpy, the best round-up on the internet of the latest blog posts from the world of software testing.

HUMBLE: Agile Accessibility Testing Strategy – Albert Gareev

Albert Gareev shares the HUMBLE acronym that he and Michael Larsen developed and presented at CAST recently.

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Helping Hardware Be Agile, Part 3 – Johanna Rothman

Read the third part of Johanna Rothman’s series on how you can move hardware to the agile methodology.

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Example Mapping Can Save Your Three Amigos – Michael Larsen

Michael Larsen, the one mentioned above, discusses some ideas he took from Agile Days 2015 especially the Example Mapping process.

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Why you should hire junior testers – Katrina Clokie

Katrina Clokie makes the argument that you should hire new testers that have no experience in testing and what they can bring to the team.

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A more optimistic conclusion? – James Christie

Concluding his series of posts on how the structure of large corporations can gorw too quickly and be too slow to re-act,  James Christie give a more positive conclusion to his thoughts that differ from his previous posts.

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