Top Three Testing Trends for 2015
In this episode, I recap 2014 as well as break out my crystal ball to define what I see as the top testing trends for 2015 – information you’ll need to know in order to succeed in the New Year. I also share with you my top three must-read books for 2015 as well as the top three tools that will help you have the most productive, automation-awesomest year ever.
Quotes & Insights from this Test Talk
- Discover what my top three must reads are for 2015.
- Will test tool vendors embrace open source tools in 2015?
- Top three testing things you need to know in 2015.
- How to research trends to help you become more employable in 2015
- Soft Skills – The Software Developer's Life Manual – John Sonmez
- Behaviour-Driven Development : Using examples in conversation to illustrate behavior – Liz Keogh
- The Selenium Guidbook – Dave Haeffner
- Test Automation Trends for 2014 – How to Keep Your Skills Up-to-Date
- What my Mom Taught me About Life and Testing
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Thank you Joe, it helps ! Almost all conference talks I attended recently were having one thing in common i.e. Selenium and its increasing adoption. Shift from vendor tool to Selenium is been the trend, at least in the companies I happened to talk to, that made me write blog, QTP, you are good, but we LOVE Selenium (And Here is Why))