This special reading edition of the summer is inspired by our readings of this article published by the monthly tech american magazine Wired: “Inside the hunt for Russia’s most notorious hacker”
We really liked that story.
I don’t know about where you live, but in Lyon, France, the sun has started to shine a lot and the time of slowing down sports activities has come: it is now time for a relaxing time under the trees at lunch time or in the evening, with a good reading!
Here are our weekly recommendations to welcome your chilling moment:
- Talking about test data
- ’99 second introduction’ series: learning testing
- The testing social network
Testing an open source project has some advantages compared to proprietary softwares:
- everything is public and can be shared with anyone interested
- you can communicate about your project, issues and features with no fear
- you can use tools that are free only for open source projects (like Atlassian suite, Saucelabs…)
- you may be helped by contributors and benefit from the community of open source lovers