Kevin Tuck shows an excellent point of view on how much manual and automated testing roles really differ and why we should simply be called software testers.
Ever approached a new project where the subject or technology was not familiar to you? Thomas Sullivan gives great advice from tester's point of view on how to deal with such situations using information gathering and rapid learning techniques.
Lena Wiberg walks us through the most common problems of continuous improvement in testing, giving insightful examples from her own experience. All I can say is I've been there, done that and it's not easy.
We're already in the second week of 2020 and I'm pretty sure you've seen many articles about this year's trends but if in any case you missed Jason Arbon's one - have a read. It's strikingly different and, in my opinion, very accurate.
When you're new to testing chances are you feel insecure about your role. Getting pushed back by developers or failing at properly communicating about a bug can lead to misunderstandings - we've all been through this. Rachel Kibler addresses these concerns and provides good advice on how to deal with it in a way that serves the team, not individuals.