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Our reading recommendations of the week #19/17

Our reading recommendations of the week #19/17

Here are our reading recommendations of the week #19. We are first suggesting 2 articles around a recurrent subject: automatic checking and how to deal with flaky tests. Then a feedback about how challenging it is to be a software tester in a Continuous Deployment environment. Finally, the last article is an analogy with restaurants that intend to help testers introducing themselves to developers.

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Testing an open source project with students

Testing an open source project with students

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

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Our reading recommendations of the week #5/17

Our reading recommendations of the week #5/17

 

Here’s our list of reading recommendations for these 2 last weeks.

We are full of cognitive biases and you might be aware of this fact if you read our blog. HDD or Hype-Driven Development happens when a development team tends to be driven in her choices only by novelty and buzzwords; only selecting technologies that seems to be trending. An overview article is available here.

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