Due to knee replacement recovery, Testing Bits has not been published on it’s normal Sunday schedule. Due to delays in curation, we decided to publish a double-edition covering the last two weeks of our curated collection of announcements, articles, blog posts, and news from the software testing community.
Here is the “recovery edition” covering the days of July 15th – July 28th, 2018. Next week, we should be back on schedule.
Testing Bits – July 15th – July 21st, 2018
- Cross-Browser Testing – Kristin Jackvony – http://thethinkingtester.blogspot.com/2018/07/cross-browser-testing.html
- Exploratory Testing on an API? (Part 2) – Micheal Bolton – http://www.developsense.com/blog/2018/07/exploratory-testing-on-an-api-part-2/
- Has opposition to ISO 29119 really died down? – James Christie – https://clarotesting.wordpress.com/2018/07/21/has-opposition-to-iso-29119-really-died-down/
- Is ‘testing’ holding you back? Stop being a bottleneck for software quality assurance – Nishi Grover Garg – https://testwithnishi.com/2018/07/20/is-testing-holding-you-back-stop-being-a-bottleneck-for-software-quality-assurance/
- Mob Testing is Different to a Bug Bash – Maaret Pyhäjärvi – http://visible-quality.blogspot.com/2018/07/mob-testing-is-different-to-bug-bash.html
- #SuperGoalingBros – OWASP Study – 10. Insufficient Logging and Monitoring – Mike Clarke – https://mikethetesternz.wordpress.com/2018/07/16/supergoalingbros-owasp-study-10-insufficient-logging-and-monitoring/
- Testing Tour Stop #15: Pair Evolving a Test Strategy with Toyer – Elisabeth Hocke – https://www.lisihocke.com/2018/07/testing-tour-stop-15-pair-evolving-a-test-strategy-with-toyer.html