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Testing Archives – August 01

There’s tons if software testing weekly newsletters for keeping up to date on current trends. There’s testing bits and Software Testing Weekly. But this got me thinking, how much awesome content is out there that could be resurfaced?

Welcome to my first Software Testing Archives series. This series is a deep dive into content that was published this month years ago.

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August 2016 – CAST Conference keynote

My old boss from Tyro; Anne-Marie Charrett gave this awesome keynote at CAST conference 2016. The sentiment is transitioning from Test Manager to Test Leader. This conversation is still relevant today. When Anne-Marie left Tyro, I co-authored with Brian Osman this blog post on free range testing; a reflection of my experiences working in this team environment. I was tester number 8 and the second tester to be embedded in a dev team. I saw that team grow to 23 testers.

August 2012 – Defending the qualitative approach

This bog is by Ilari Henrik Aegerter who runs the House of Testing, Ilari has recently started posting single slide videos on a topic of software testing up on LinkedIn. You should check them out.

August 2010 – Exploratory Test Automation

Douglas Hoffman and Cem Kaner gave this presentation at Cast Conference. Both of these blokes have been contributing to the testing industry for a very long time. Cem Kaner started the BBST software testing training program. Here’s some videos that feature these two blokes:

August 2005 – How to investigate an intermittent problem

Have you every experienced a problem and haven’t been able to reproduce it 100% of the time? What did you do about it? James Bach does a deep dive into how to investigate these problems in more detail.

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