Here presented a method called Delivery mapping, which helps form dynamic teams to adopt to the needs of the user stories at hand.
Author: Dmitrii Kilishek
Another Webinar with Michael Bolton
RST views on Automation:
Must watch for those who want to be a better tester!
Great article – totally a must read!
Yes, it’s oldie but goodie!
Probably a month or so ago I found one interesting idea. If a person wants to learn something new, they should look at different sources at the same time or one right after another. I began my Java language journey at Lynda.com but it went from simple to not so simple 🙂 really quick there. So I was looking for another source about Java that would clarify more details for me. And stumbled upon this book. So it’s kinda old school – a book. This means I had to compare my experiences from book vs from video. Mine is just like this one(see the image below). But hard copy. Loved the book and author’s approach to teaching. Was nice to learn some Java unrelated things too 🙂
So, my journey continues… This one was big and interesting and took a little while to complete. But it gave me a good boost in understanding OOP concepts. And overall Java applications structure. Definitely a good one. I can recommend this one to anybody.
So, recently I decided to start learning Java! This sounds like a good thing to have an Automation testing skills nowadays. I do automation testing for Windows applications but this is a very specific thing. And for web automation the most common language would be Java. That’s why I chose that one.
There’s an amazing course available for Java learners at Lynda.com Here
Some completion certs earned on the way to Java Programmer!