Here’s the new portion of kick blog posts from last week:
- Another great post by T.j. Maher, on his blog post related to the all famous testing pyramid and the different proportions that types of tests have in it, definitely a read you would like to take a look into:
Testing Beyond the UI: The Testing Pyramid Problems with UI Tests
- Loved this post by Paul Takken on Agile as observed in the nature and the lesson we can learn from observation of some natural processes. Great parallel and great article:
Making Agile Even More Awesome. By Nature.
- Awesome post by Joel Montvelisky on metrics and how to use them. Well, as we all know, “metrics could be always misinterpreted” and this article proves it, one more time:
Be careful with your Metrics
- Nice new article from Richard Bradshaw on the purpose of writing a automate check and what action could we perform in order to improve their readability:
Why Was This Check Created?
- Another interesting article by Katrina Clokie on her experience with conferences and her plans to give a paired presentation for a first time:
- Tired of Selenium Introduction tutorials? If you want to dive in the deep dark waters of Selenium I strongly recommend you reading Anton Angelov‘s blog automatetheplanet.com and specifically his new article on some advanced features of WebDriver, that you might wanted to use, but never knew of:
10 Advanced WebDriver Tips and Tricks Part 1
- Did you wondered what’s that gravitational wave stuff everyone is talking about? Well, here’s a nice article with a video explaining what a gravitational wave is, how it is created and how was measured by scientists, really interesting:
Einstein’s Gravitational Waves Have Been Detected For The First Time