Blogspy 146: Our Round-up of the best software testing blog posts from the blogosphere

Welcome to this week’s Blog Spy. Lessons learned from moving into testing, creating a Jenkins library, coping as a solo tester and more.


Jenkins C# API Library for Triggering Builds – Anton Angelov

Anton continues his series on Jenkins auotmation service with a post on how to create a Jenkins C# library based on the Jenkins REST API.

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Learn Development Practices To Improve Your Test Automation Code – Jeroen Mengerink

Jeroen discusses why its important to learn from the field of software development when writing your code for you automation tests.

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Testing: 3 lessons learned – James Sheasby Thomas

Three years ago James made the move from marketing to testing. Here he describes what he has learnt in those three years and what three lessons he has found value in.

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Advanced Commercial Models – Paul Fratellone

How can Advanced Commercial Models (service level agreements) be applied to software testing. Paul advises how.

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How to cope as a solo tester – Alister Scott

Scott offers some advice to a tester who is the only tester on their team. What should you concentrate on, what task can you ask the dev team to take on and more.

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The Next Generation of Software Testers – Christin Wiedemann

Christin explains how she managed to get a bunch of girls engaged in software testing on a Saturday morning.

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How do you work out what’s next? – Katrina Clokie

Katrina reveals how working with a mentor has helped her plan what is next in her career as a software tester.

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