Prashant Hegde gives lots of pieces of advice on how to become a better tester by putting yourself in your customer shoes and start using your own product.
"Attempting to assess product quality by asking humans to manually interact with every feature just doesn’t scale. When it comes to testing, there is one clear answer: automation."
This is the quote from Google's latest book that provoked Lee Hawkins to write this article. And frankly, he shared some great thoughts about it.
I liked Kislay Verma's take on why a microservice architecture can help speed up releases more than a monolith, and what types of testing are suitable for such an environment.
Here are some great insights from Pradeep Soundararajan on how a healthy work culture, combined with QA practices focused on preventing bugs in the first place, can benefit teams, projects and individuals.