Dennis Martinez is not only accurate in describing the bad strategies in testing that we can commonly observe but also gives some good advice on how to avoid each of them.
How do you decide that dev or testing is really done? With a clear Definition of Done — as Lina Zubyte explains here. It's a great reminder.
This is a very interesting shift in the perception of grouping tests by purpose rather than by form that Renaud Humbert-Labeaumaz suggested here. And it makes sense to me.
Jeisson Cordoba describes an interesting vision of a QA Consultant role that acts as a knowledge centre and can take part in any stage of the software development life cycle.
Some say that developers can't be as good at testing as software testers. But is that so? In this thought-provoking read, Alan Page recalls his vast experience of working with QAs and devs and debunks this myth.