Blogspy 176: Seeking out the best posts from the software testing Blogosphere

Welcome to this week’s Blog Spy, our round-up of the best software testing blog posts from the last week. This week we feature posts on AI, common sense in testing, management trends for 2017 and more.


What’s Happening On Your Black Market For Common Sense? – Morten Elvang

Morten explores why there is always a healthy trade in every company for the common sense and how it can be found easily.

Read More on Common Sense in testing here


WTF is AI? – Devin Coldewey

Have you thought about what AI really is? Where does the A and I meet in AI? Devin gets into the nitty gritty of AI and discusses the area in detail.

Read More on What is AI here


5 Work Trends Leaders Can’t Afford To Ignore In 2017 – Meghan Biro

The year is nearing to an end, which can only mean on thing. Time to start thinking about the new year. If you are in test management or general management, here are some test

Read More on Trends in Management here


Agile Testing Days 2016 Part 5: Conference Day 2 – Stephan Kamper

Over the series of a number of posts, Stephen shares his experiences as a speaker and attendee at Agile Testing Days 2016. There was lots goinf on at the event and he describes all of his experiences there over a number of posts which you can find on his blog.

Read More about Agile Testing Days here


Sometime Stress Lets You Do Stupid Things – Seretta Gamba

Seretta muses on how stress can have an impact on the smallest things. She describes how she made some errors with her test cases and how she got it right.

Read More here


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