Welcome to this week’s Blog Spy, our round-up of the best software testing blog posts from the last week. This week emerging trends in testing, Mr. Robot, Being a lone tester at a Conference and more.
Every so often the guys over at HackerOne examine how hacking and security are portrayed in the media. This blog post focuses on the excellent Mr. Robot and if everything that happens in the episode can be related to reality.
What happens when you are the only person from your industry at a Dev-OPs Conference? Ash was in that position recently and he discusses the benefits of attending a Conference that might not be directly related to your role.
It getting near the end of the year and usually means two things. Reviews of the year and predictions for industry changes in 2017 and beyond. Here is a number of predicted trends for the next ten years by Gallop.
Bas has been thinking about tackling test data in end-to-end tests. Here he explores a number of options that he has explored to address this.
Are companies hiring the wrong testing consultants? Nathalie argues that some companies that offer testing services are selling their product in a certain way that is contrary that what testers should be doing as a consultant.
In a comprehensive post, Vijay guides you through the process of testing responsive web design with some sample test scanarios added in.
Hannes attended the recent SIGIST (Specialist Group in Software Testing) debut Swedish meeting of this group. In a review of the day and a half Conference, Hannes shares his takeaways from the talks of the day.
Looking for some YouTube channels to subscribe to? Alan has some suggestions for you to browse.
Read Last Week’s Blogspy here.