Blogspy 128: This week’s round-up of the best software testing blog posts from the blogosphere

Welcome to the 128th edition of EuroSTAR’s BlogSpy, the best round-up on the internet of the latest blog posts from the world of software testing.

WebDriver test automation is like driving a taxi – 

Alex explores what the testing tool Webdriver can do?

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Regression testing, it means less than you think – Joep Schuurkes

What is regression testing? Joep explores four different labels that would describe regression testing best.

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Testing Utility – James Thomas

James writes about what methods testing can learn from the scientific approach.
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The Best Books I Read in 2015 – J.D Meier

Reflecting on all that he read in 2015, J.D. Meier discusses his favourite books of the year.

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13 Experts Share Their 2016 Software Industry Predictions – Ryan Pinkham

How will testing change in 2016? Ryan Pinkham compiles some of the thoughts of leading software experts on what they expect to see change in 2016.

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Automate Amazon: Writing a Sign In Test – T.J. Maher

TJ Maher continues his exploration of test automation with a blog post on trying to write a test for amazon.com sign-in page. Read about how he gets on.

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Why testers are not taken seriously… – Huib Shoots

Huib explores why it is hard for testers to describe their testing and ehy it’s important for testers to be able to talk about their testing and what they are doing.

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Unconventional Wisdom V3–Testability Trap – Robin F. Goldsmith

Continuing his unconventional wisdom series, Robin explores what he calls the testability trap, how early do testers need to be involved in a project and why?

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One Response to “Blogspy 128: This week’s round-up of the best software testing blog posts from the blogosphere”

  1. Hello! Thank you for linking to my automated testing blog! I really appreciate it.

    “TJ Maher contuines his exploration of test automation with a blog post on trying to write a test for amazon.com sign-in page. Read about how he gets on.”

    … minor typo with the word “continues”.

    Thank you for the reference and the twitter shoutout! 🙂

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