I can't tell you whether you Should or Should Not learn how to program or automate or be involved in test automation. I can tell you some of my favourite computer books and how they impact my testing and why you might choose to pick these books if you decide you want to write code to support your testing. An opinionated selection of books from my book shelf. Books which I value and have learned a lot from. If they map on to your path then I can highly recommend them. - Usborne Children's…
Building a big data dream team? Today’s specialists must have technical chops and be savvy enough to convey results. Mix 1 part software engineer, 1 part big data architect, 1 part business analyst and 1 part computer systems analyst.
Coming soon to an e-book store near you "Automating & Testing a REST API". Almost 200 pages of ebook testing, coding and programming goodness. Including FREE Bonus Videos and masses of Java Code to copy and paste.
Mindmaps Repository is an initiative by Test Insane. This repository consists of mindmaps which are open source on various subjects of testing. Test ideas, test learning, test strategy and lotof other topics covered.
"Heuristics can justify the use of a technique". I debated with myself for a while as to whether a technique was actually a heuristic. In the end I came down on the side of - a heuristic is what we use to justify the use of a technique. A technique stands alone and is a 'thing' regardless of whether we use it or not. #softwaretesting #softwaretester #softwaretesters #softwaredevelopment #softwareengineering #exploratorytesting #agiledevelopment #programmer #programming