Many of the things I’ve learned about software testing in recent years I discovered through reading books and blogs of actual software testers who are masters of their own craft. Some of them record videos too, of tutorials and webinars and anything they find valuable for their readers/viewers, and I try to share those which I’ve found engaging, five at a time.
Here are some interesting recordings to view today, if you’d like:
- How to upgrade to Selenium 3 WebDriver, MarionetteDriver and older versions with the FirefoxDriver (by Alan Richardson, a straightforward guide about upgrading existing Java automated checks to version 3 of the Selenium WebDriver)
- Estimates or No Estimates? (by James Shore, about estimation and answering the more important questions of when and why should we or should we not use it)
- Dave Haeffner’s Proven Method to Grading Selenium Tests (by Dave Haeffner, who introduces a way of reviewing and grading automated checks according to general ideas of what makes tests good or bad)
- AppSec Awareness – A Blueprint for Security Culture Change (by Chris Romeo, about building awareness of application security testing in an organization)
- Quit Social Media (by Cal Newport, about social media and living a life without it)