Sounds like a trivial question, right? Not so much, as it turns out! In a series of three articles, Alan Richardson is trying to find the universal definition of software testing. It's a tremendous effort and, in my opinion, it really helps to understand more about the nature of software testing.
Additionally, Elias Nogueira came up with his definition of testing by comparing it to... cooking!
I enjoyed following Duncan Nisbet's logical reasoning on deciding what is "cheaper": the cost of delaying or the cost of delivering poor quality — a choice that many projects face. While the answer doesn't come easy, his effort has already added a lot of value to the discussion.
Jeff Nyman never fails to deliver a comprehensive article and it is no different this time. This guide on acceptance testing is spot-on and we all can learn from that!
I loved Sam Connelly's idea of creating a testing career cheatsheet! It's a solid point of reference and includes plenty of links to great resources in a very concise and readable format.
PS. Rumours say that 6.5. is Software Testing Weekly. 👀
In this insightful top-down overview, Andrew Tyshchenko explains in-depth the difference between native and hybrid mobile apps and what testing approach can be applied to each.