Here’s the new portion of kick-ass blog posts from the last week:
- Great post by Michael Fritzius on continuous integration and how to prioritize our tests into portions, how to run them separately, in parallel and many other cool stuff:
Automate Your Automation
- Interesting set of advises from Simon Knight on how to leave the comfort zone of being employed and dive into the deep dark waters of being self-employed:
You Really Need a Rising Tide to Lift YOUR Boat?
and the continued part:
8 Pro Tips for Successful Independent Consulting
- A great analogy between testing and telling jokes is the core idea in a series of posts by James Thomas, he introduced us to a conversation he had with Jerry Weinberg, Michael Bolton, James Lindsay and Damian Synadinos.
You can read the introduction here: Intro
as well as the first part of the talk here
- Big news, new CDT book was released recently and everyone is exited, because everyone is aware how much effort and dedication is required to write a book. So, releasing a new book is like bringing a baby in this world, so it is a big deal – the author is David Greenlees a.k.a. the martial tester and the name of the book is “Software testing as a martial art”. You can get the book here: https://leanpub.com/softwaretestingasamartialart
and read the foreword from Keith Klain here:
Software Testing as a Martial Art – by David Greenlees
- Docker and Selenium, two of my favorite tools included in one topic, therefore I can’t miss it. The use of Docker containers and Selenium Grid here:
Selenium Grid with Docker: custom nodes
- Speaking of Selenium, Anton Angelov continues his great series on Advanced WebDriver usage tips, here is part 3:
10 Advanced WebDriver Tips and Tricks Part 3
Another round-up blog posts.
That’s it for this week. See you all next week.