I really, really enjoyed this take on test leadership by Anne-Marie Charrett. The story of the transformation she's been through in her organisation combined with examples of how she empowers testers to become leaders is a must-read.
Is Agile really working well for testers? Doron Bar uncovers the reality of Agile and points out where it comes short from testing perspective. I must admit it made me look at things from a slightly different angle.
Although a well-known and comprehensive testing conferences list is already there, TechBeacon took a step further to briefly describe each event. I find it really helpful in deciding which one is of my interest.
"We don’t want our creativity and critical thinking to be overwhelmed by details. We also don’t want to fall into a sunk cost fallacy trap by spending so much time documenting an idea that we then feel we can’t discard it later."
Have you ever created a very detailed test case? Well, I have. Paul Seaman paired with Lee Hawkins to break down problems of such approach and provide us with an alternative way.
If you're in a philosophical mood today, here's a thought-provoking deep dive into where the complexity in testing comes from by Jeff Nyman.