BlogSpy Vol 119: This week’s round-up of the best software testing blog posts from the blogosphere

Welcome to the 119th edition of EuroSTAR’s BlogSpy, the best round-up on the internet of the latest blog posts from the world of software testing.

 

Musings on The Single Source Of Truth – Duncan Nisbet

Duncan expands on the phrase “single source of truth” in relation to a suite of automated checks serving as “living documentation” or “executable specs”. He explores the idea of the phrase and what it means for testers.

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Feedback for Conference Speakers – Katrina Clokie

Just in time for your post-EuroSTAR recovery, Katrina Clokie explains what sort of feedback to look out and why it’s important if you are a conference speaker.

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There’s No Such Thing as a Bug-Free App – Rahul Varshneya

Rahul explains why it’s important never to expect unrealistic bug-free applications or software development.

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TDD: Speed And Flow – Gill Zilberfeld

Gill Zilberfeld argues why having space is as important as the speed of work in the TDD process.

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Reading Recommendations # 38 – Daniel Knott

A Round Up of Daniel Knott’s favourite posts on testing in the last few weeks.

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Read Last Week’s Blogspy here.

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