This is a big one! Graham Ellis wrote a great three-part series about building a QA team that I found very insightful and learned from a lot.
Here you can read part 1, part 2 and part 3.
I really enjoyed this article by Peter Perlepes that challenges the status quo of Google's testing pyramid and, in a very insightful way, provides an alternate version that we may have not seen before. Neat and clever!
Are you doing demos as part of your testing process? Ash Winter explains why it's a good idea to start doing so by providing a lot of interesting use cases.
In the Agile world, a whole-team approach to quality is a must-do. Alexander Oliveira Dunn provides a sane explanation of why it's beneficial.
Someone shared this story on Reddit and it looks like many people can relate to, guessing by the number of upvotes and comments. This is definitely a problem that should be fixed within companies, which makes Alexander's article above even more relevant.