A great list of performance engineering resources prepared by Joe Colantonio. Be it books, tools, articles, podcasts or experts — you'll find them all well described in one place. Kudos!
Automation has been trending for years — but does it mean that the only way forward for testers is to acquire more technical skills? Callum Akehurst-Ryan shares his view on the Software Developers In Test role, discussing what the market demands and what skills testers are likely to need.
I'm always curious about non-tester's point of view on software testing. This time, Damian Modernell — an iOS software engineer by profession — shares his perspective on how the QA and Dev collaboration can be more fruitful, especially when it comes to remote work. We, testers, can definitely learn from that.
I always find pairing on testing insightful, especially with people from other areas, such as product managers or developers. In this article, Adebayo Adegunloye explains in a clear way what Pair Testing is and why it's beneficial.
And if you're looking for practical tips on remote pair testing, this article by Steven Burton may help.
This is a good reminder from Tom Hudson on why being a gatekeeper as a tester is not the best idea. And an equally good piece of advice on what to do instead. I agree 100%.