BlogSpy 222: Best of Software Testing Blogs from the Last Week

Catch up on what is happening in the software testing blogosphere with the latest from the Huddle Blogspy Report. Browse the most popular blogs on testing to bring you the best of software testing blog posts from the past week. This week we feature posts on regression testing, the “starfish method” for Agile, STPA and more.


The Difference Between Regression Testing And Retesting | Jovie Anto De Sylvia

What are the differences between Regression and retesting? This post offers a detailed comparison of the two types of testing. Learn why it is important to know the differences.

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Is Test Automation for Regression Purposes Worth It? | Simon Knight

Simon shares an insight into the SSX Method for managing your automation plan. He shows no matter how you expect the plan to work, it generally will never turn out that way.

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Where do old programmers go? | Jerry Weinberg

Jerry reflects on what has changed for programmers and what has happened to those that started writing code at the very beginning of what we would call programming.

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The “Starfish Method” for Useful Retrospectives | David Tzemach

In this post, David looks at the use of the “Starfish method” for retrospectives and using this exercise with both established and new teams.

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Introducing STPA – a new Test Analysis Technique | Anders Dinsen

Anders shares some of the work he has been doing on the STPA technique for hazard analysis and how it can be used for software testing.

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