Blogspy 156: Our Round-up of the best software testing blog posts

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Welcome to this week’s Blog Spy. This week’s best of software testing blogs includes making Luck, defining Context Driven Testing, what is Organic testing, Pokemon Go and more.

 

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Making Luck – Adam Knight

Adam tells a story from how he was made redundant in January to landing a full-time role recently and how a lot of things led to this role.

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My Definition of Context Driven Testing – Curtis Stuehrenberg

Curtis explains after some recent discussion on the topic, on what he believes Context Driven Testing is.

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Connecting Test Automation To Specific App Features And Devices – Eran Kinsbruner

Eran Kinsbruner offers a guide on how to map test automation to specific features of a mobile app when testing.

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Jenkins User Interface Tweaks – Jason Ogayon

Jason suggests some tweaks to make to Jenkins User Interfaceto make it a bit easier to use.

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Improvisation And Testing; Unscript Yourself – Robert Strauch

What can Improv theatre teach you about testing? Robert explains:

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Organic testing – Viktor Slavchev

Viktor dives into his idea of what is Organic Testing and explains where the phrase originated from.

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Pokémon Go bugs: Gotta catch ’em all? – Neil Studd

The Pokemon phenomenon has penetrated the world of software testing blogs.  Neil Studd discusses a few lessons that can be taken from the release of the most popular gaming app this year.

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Pokémon Go and the Power of Maps – Randy Meech

Randy reveals the mapping related history of the Pokemon Go developers, Nianitc and the next era of AR mobile games where maps will play a bit part.

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