There are many resources on how to write a bug report on the Internet but not many of them explain it in a simple way with examples like this one by Eric Skinner.
The process of building a test automation portfolio is straightforward — you implement solutions for some projects and put it on Github. But what about all the other things outside of automation that you can show? Johanna South gives some great pieces of advice.
I've been running this newsletter for over a year now and I haven't found many decent articles on blockchain testing yet. But here's one now by Rafaela Azevedo and it explains the concept very well!
I like the feature acceptance process in form of shoulder-checks that Kelly Chin described here. I used a similar approach before, replacing a meeting with a pull request that couldn't be merged unless approved by a QA, a designer and another developer.
This is one of the articles that makes you stop and question the status quo. And that's good — we need such thought-provoking reads to keep improving our testing processes. Thanks, Noemi Ferrera.