Hey there, here’s the new portion of kick ass blog posts from the previous week:
- Really amazing start of this weeks roundup and really good post by James Thomas. It shows in a wonderful way how opposition in science and testing can drive us to reconsideration of our positions and stating our ideas more clearly. Definitely a must read:
Bug-Free Software? Go For It!
- Another interesting post by Albert Gareev on accessibility testing and the fact that tools might only cover small part of the process that a skilled tester performs, related to accessibility assessment. Automated tools and UI mock-ups in early stages of testing might provide some help, but confidence is build only through expert analysis and taking a closer look, even at a mark up level. You can see the full post here:
What’s in a label?
- This is a really interesting webinar by Rex Black, busting some myths about exploratory testing. It is interesting from the perspective of being thought-provoking or even argument provoking. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to hear it all, I accidentally navigated out of the page and found I can’t forward the player to the point I was previously at(which is great user experience, by the way). Anyway, I will probably spend the time to hear it all and share my thoughts in a separate post:
Webinar: Myths of Exploratory Testing: 2/24/16
- And here are part 2 and 3 of James Thomas’ transcript of a talk he had on testing and joking, he called it “Joking with Jerry”
Joking With Jerry Part 2
Joking With Jerry Part 3
- The February issue of Testing Circus magazine is out with great topics from Mike Talks a great interview with Rosie Sherry and much more compelling articles on testing. You can download it here:
Testing Circus February edition.
Some other roundup posts:
That’s it for this week, guys. See you next week.