Here is our weekly list of reading recommendations we want to share with you.
- After a small talk about AI and the possibility that developers and testers could be replaced by robots on testers.io slack, this article from Tim Urban came back to our mind. It is a long read, but such an awesome read. If you have an interest in Artificial intelligence, don’t procrastinate (Tim Urban has also something to say about that) and go read this: The AI revolution: the road to superintelligence
- We live in an age when bugs are easy to find if you look in cars softwares. Yet another one in airbags: GM recalls 3.6 Million cars for an airbag issue
- If you are not into testing and consider jumping in, read this feedback from Neil Studd: Breaking into testing: 2016 edition
- If you are interested in cognitive bias and read this list on wikipedia, then you are probably lost and confused. Buster Benson suggests another classification easier to understand: Cognitive bias cheat sheet
- Is your dream about only having Automation Engineers or Developers in Test? If yes, then you should read Is functional Assurance the new Quality Assurance? by
- We all hate broken links, they are a dead-end road in your browser. Melissa Eaden helps you to Find and test broken links
- Do you need to test faster? QASymphony gives you 5 tips for more efficient test case management …
- …and Espresso test recorder will make you happy for writing espresso test script, without writing it!
- Finally, for Android testing you may know Genymotion Android emulator. Lydwine Camus explains how to Simulate GPS movements using GMTool & Genymotion Shell.
Good reading and don’t hesitate to leave us a comment.