Blogspy 153: Our Round-up of the best software testing blog posts from the blogosphere

Welcome to this week’s Blog Spy. This week’s best of the internet discussions on testing include the software testing ghetto, what is a “use case”, end-to-end testing, communication and more.


Blog Spy

Let The Environment Drive You – Albert Gareev

Albert dispenses some of his takeaways after reading  “The Organized Mind: Thinking Straight in the Age of Information Overload” by Daniel Levitin on how best to organise himself and his home.

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Introverts and Extroverts ; stop labelling yourself – John Stevenson

John explores the difference between introverts and extroverts and wonders if the differences truly exist and really matter.

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Lessons Learnt in Effective Communication – Raj Subramanian

A blog post on the importance of good communication for testers and how to adapt your communication for different stakeholders in the team.

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Test is a Ghetto – Chris McMahon

Are you in the software testing ghetto?

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Why is it so hard to design automated GUI-driven functional tests? – Noah Sussmann

Noah tries to examine why it is so difficult to design automated tests that are useful at web scale.

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Early End-To-End Testing – A Must Or Ridiculous Waste Of Time? – Øyvind Woll

Oyvind discusses if end-to-end testing is worthwhile. He suggests how it can be useful to increase test coverage.

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What is a “Use case” in software testing? – David Tzemach

Davis explains what a use case is and what it is not.

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#NoEstimates isn’t just about estimating – Neil Killick

The No Estimates debate continues. Here Neil offers his thoughts on the subject.

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