Blogspy 206: The Best Software Testing Blogs Round-Up

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Welcome to the weekly edition of the Huddle Blogspy in which bring you the best in our testing Blogs Round-Up. We have testing blog posts from the best software testing blogs this week including benefits of less automation, social skills for software testers  and more.


Isolate And Verify: Security For Embedded Control Systems | Jan Tobias Muehlberg

Embedded software is increasingly becoming more important in today’s world. Embedded components now exist in many different critical domains and systems but how is the security for this software tested and managed.

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ROI of less Automation | Dave Westerveld

Dave wants to reduce the size of his automated regression testing suite but wants to do it without just deleting a random number of tests. Here he discusses the benefits of having less test automation.

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Why Social Skills Are Essential For Software Testing | Marcia Buzzella

Skills for testers is a common thread and topic ion software testing blogs and at conferences. But social skills for software testers is often ignored or forgotten about. Marcia explains why these skills are so important.

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Test Automation Canvas | Katrina Clokie

Katrina discusses the creation of a Test Automation Canvas for testers working across four different teams on the same software. The Canvas was created to help the teams stay consistent for future iterations of their automation frameworks.

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General Data Protection Regulation And Testing | Declan O’Riordan

On the 25th May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will come into effect across the European Union. What effect will this have on software testing? Declan examines the consequences of it.

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Should automation testers dive into manual testing? | Viktoriano

What are the benefits of a test automation engineer carrying out some manual testing? Is it good for them and the team as a whole?

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