What does the ever-increasing automation mean to manual software testers? Well, it doesn't have to be that bad! Kevin Dunne shares some really useful tips on how to adapt and mitigate the risk of becoming redundant.
If that's not enough, check out these three valid reasons why we'll always need software testers by Kristin Jackvony.
Just two weeks ago I featured an article on why test case management tools might not be needed anymore and now we have yet another great post that questions the use of test cases. Why this shift? Johanna South explains.
It's really interesting to see Geir Gulbrandsen's approach to hiring software testers. Both managers and candidates can find some good takeaways here.
There's also part 2 and part 3. I recommend reading them all!
What is quality? It's been discussed over and over again but it seems we can't find the universal answer. Maybe because there isn't one? Janet Gregory tries to define quality on many levels, quoting a lot of remarkable definitions. There's a lot to learn from the article as well as the comments.
In relation to this matter, you may also want to read about the future of Quality by Angela Riggs.
Getting started with software testing? Kusum Gole gives 11 solid tips for aspiring software testers. I sort of wish I read them at the beginning of my career!