5 Things to Read
- Feedspot for Software Testing Podcasts
- Although no so widespread as development podcasts, quite a few people out there are doing a great job in giving some radio shows about quality.
- Exploring Hypothesis with pytest - Part 1
- Pytest is an awesome Python library for random checking - similar to Haskell’s Quickcheck. Although test design techniques are crucial to have good coverage, it never hurts to have some machine power to unfold some miss edge cases.
- Scrum by Example: Product Backlog Refinement in Action
- Backlog Refinement is maybe the Scrum event where more work is done. “Why?”, you may ask. Because a good refinement session makes you not to work on things that are not important or shouldn’t be done. Mark Levison talks about what happen on Refinements.
- Easy Free Automation Part V: Visual Tests
- Although I haven’t tried yet, BackstopJS seems to be a good tool for simple visual checking in web apps. Kristin Jackvony talks a bit about it here.
- The Web API Design Guidelines for Happy Developers: A short pragmatic guide to build effective and funny Web APIs
- I love learning about internal quality: The analysis on how things are built. I will start reading this short ebook this month; maybe a post reviewing it in the future. Wanna join me?
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