"How a little problem became a multimillion dollar problem at Google scale."
Here's an interesting story by Carlos Arguelles, Babu Prasad and Vidhi Gupta about optimising the system of automatic bug reporting.
Quite a few testers seem frustrated by the current state of the job market. You can find different opinions, insights and advice in this Reddit thread among nearly 80 comments.
That even leads some people to question their role: I wonder why some testers want to move out of testing?.
This is a great reminder by Rahul Verma to go beyond the common perspective and incorporate other techniques in your day-to-day testing.
A great complimentary read to that is Jason Arbon's article about Testing: Uniquely Human.
Imran Qureshi describes how having several different quality gates put up one after another can help prevent and find bugs.