BlogSpy Vol 109: This week’s round-up of the best software testing blog posts from the blogosphere

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Welcome to the 109th edition of EuroSTAR’s BlogSpy, the best round-up on the internet of the latest blog posts from the world of software testing.

 

Testing Like a Gamer – Jeff Nynam

Jeff Nyman comments on how there is a lot to be learned from game-related testing that can be applied to other areas of testing. In this blog post he explores some of those ideas.

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Testing with time variable is fun! – Karlo Smid

“Time is important variable that must be taken into account during software testing. In this post I will provide two examples how time influenced my software testing.”

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Sh*t That Should Be Obvious… But Apparently Isn’t – Mike Cottmeyer

Mike discusses the three things that an organisation need to adapt to become a fully functional Agile team.

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How to get a test automation job without experience – Alex Siminiuc

Alex writes about how, based on her personal experience, it is possible to get a test automation role without experience in the area/

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How is testing different in DevOps? – Rob Lambert

Ahead of the his and his team’s webinar in the upcoming Way We Work series, Rob Lambert goes into some detail about how testing actually works in a DevOps environment.

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3 Ways Steve Jobs made meetings insanely productive and often terrifying – Drake Baer

Drake Baer looks at how Steve Jobs ran meetings and how he created a system where everyone was responsible for specific areas in a meeting.
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They Cant Handle The Truth – James Christie

James explores how in many instances, managers prefer to stick to the fiction rather than wanting to hear the truth about a project.
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How is testing done at Facebook ? – Ajun Magazine

Ajun explores the world of testing at Facebook. Taking data from a few sources, he displays how the system works in Facebook and how they deal with different testing areas.
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