Manual testing is often described as a practice opposite to automated testing. But Michael Bolton makes a point that testing is not purely manual nor automated.
If you want to learn even more about that, watch Michael's very interesting video: What's wrong with Manual Testing?.
Test coverage is one of the most popular metrics. But it's not the only one, and Thomas Shipley gives five great examples of other metrics that can help you assess how valuable your tests are.
How to make the most out of pair testing when working remotely? Oluwatomi Familoni has some great pieces of advice.
For those of you looking for an inspirational read, Joep Schuurkes describes five examples of management and how they can impact quality.
There is always too much testing to be done and never enough time to do it all.
Justin Rohrman not only explains a few scenarios which can help decide when to stop testing but also how to avoid inefficient testing.
Software development projects should have one major overarching goal — deliver a useful product to your customers' hands. While commonly-used best practices can help, they're not always required.
An interesting article by Dennis Martinez describing the trade-offs in software development, including such practices as creating a test plan, or even test automation.