BlogSpy Vol 110: This week’s round-up of the best software testing blog posts from the blogosphere

Welcome to the 110th edition of EuroSTAR’s BlogSpy, the best round-up on the internet of the latest blog posts from the world of software testing.


 My Future In Software Testing – Colin Cherry

Colin Cherry writes about his latest acquisition of a robot that will be taking on a lot of his roles including blogging!

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Privacy, Security, IoT, And The Car – Jon Hagar

Jon Hager describes his experiences with a rental car company and how using a USB charger for a mobile phone can lead to unwanted security issues. It’s food for thought for the age of the Internet of Things.

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The Speak Easy program, Part 2: Arachnofobia and Fear of Public Speaking – Maria Kedemo

Maria Kedemo shares her experience with the SpeakEasy programme and how it has helped her in her overcoming her fear of public speaking. She uses her arachnophobia to tackle her fears and how to overcome them.

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Games & Scripts – James Christie

“The best game designers have thought much more seriously and deeply about the users than most software developers. I came across this in a blog by Chris Bateman, the game designer, and it made me think about how testing has traditionally been conducted.”

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Making Sense of the Legacy Database, Introduction – Joris Meerts

Joris examines legacy databases and oofers some suggestions as to the best methods to examine a legacy database.

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The Agile Enterprise Is A Thing But Not THE Thing – Bob Marshall

Bob Marshall discusses Agile Enterprise and how adoption can take time and what the key ingredients are to adopting Agile

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User Interface Testing – The Ultimate Checklist – David Tzemach

David Tzemach provides a very useful comprehensive list of items that you should check if you are user-interface testing.

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Psychology of Intelligent Problem Solving – Jerry Weinberg

Jerry Weinberg discusses how intelligence questions can interpreted a number of ways than the answer that a psychologist might expect.

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You Are Not Agile . . . If You Do Waterfall – Thomas Cagley

Thomas Cagley goes through a number of circumstances where a company might thing it is Agile but it is actually falling short of a true Agile environment.

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