Blogspy 150: Our Round-up of the best software testing blog posts from the blogosphere

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Welcome to this week’s Blog Spy. This week’s best of the internet discussions on testing include Reducing software defects, treating automation as a service, always ask why and more.

 

Blog Spy

 

Test engineering – Paul Littlebury

Paul writes on how the role of the test engineer is often misunderstood in software development.

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How to Actually Reduce Software Defects – Erik Dietrich

Erik explains how, as a test consultant, questions about reducing software defects is probably the most common question he gets. He explains how it might be done.

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AUTOMATION 3: Automation as a service – Mike Talks

In the third episode of a series of posts on automation, Mike explores the users and providers of automation with a look at automation from a service perspective.

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Together, But Remote – Gita Malinovska

Gita discusses working from home as part of your test team. What are the positives and the negatives and what tools do you need to make the best out of the working environment?

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Why? Why? Why? The questions of a 2 year old AND Testers! – Gareth Waterhouse

Gareth explains why there is no such thing as a stupid question and how we should always encourage questions in testing.

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Loading Through Diversity – Seretta Gamba

Seretta explores how diversity in your development team can be beneficial to your results in the long run.

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Test Types: N, O, P – Jean–Paul Varwijk

Jean-Paul continues his series of posts on test types with a list of everything from negative testing to performance testing.

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Tester And UEFA EURO 2016 Competition – Karlo Smid

In anticipation of the Euro’s kicking off, Karlo visits the UEFA website and discovers a bug.

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Re-Inventing Testing – Christin Wiedemann

Do testers as a whole need to be more innovative about the way they test? Christin makes the argument for doing something different.

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