Sunday, March 20, 2016

Learning pathways for testers

Usually, when I look online for learning resources I find a lot of rankings like:
  • Top 10 blogs every tester should follow
  • Top 5 sites every tester should know
  • Top 20 twitter account for every professional tester
Almost always those ranking contain top hits from Google + one entry which happen to be closely related with the ranking source. Associating yourself with the best is really smart from a marketing perspective (and I actually may do that myself one day), but it's surely not what I was looking for. In this post, I want to provide a more thorough examination of the learning topic.

Sunday, March 6, 2016

Mapping lean principles to testing

Do's and don'ts for testers is my most viewed post so far. Because of that (and because it's always better to leave various doors open) I wouldn't focus on technical posts only. Time for something my colleague accurately calls computer science belles-lettres.