BlogSpy 218: Best of Software Testing Blogs from the Last Week

Another great edition of the Huddle Blogspy Report from Software Testing Blogs. We browse the most popular Testing blogs to bring you the best of Software Testing blog posts from the past week in software and software testing. This week we feature posts on Test Automation myths, selenium successor, scrum product backlog and more.


Tools Like Selenium – In Search Of The Selenium IDE’s Successor | Rai Kou

This post looks back at the history of Selenium IDE tool and how the future might hold for the tool.

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Writing Automation is Easy | Dave Westerveld 

Dave explains why writing tests is easy but that test automation is really hard.

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Test Automation Myths Busted | Andrew Knight

Andrew explores some of the common myths of test automation and why the myths do not stand up to the truth.

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The Scrum Product Backlog | David Tzemach

This post from David looks at the Product Backlog, the items in the Product backlog and the hierarchy of the backlog.

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Dev*Ops | Michael Bolton

Michael reflects on the idea of the DevTestOps and suggests the idea of a new movement.

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Can they charge me for bugs? | Jerry Weinberg

Jerry reflects on why perfect software violates the Second Law of Thermodynamics.

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