Top 9 Viral Posts From Leading Thought Leaders

There are so many writers, bloggers, and influential people in the software testing industry who are just so amazing at what they do. This is a post dedicated to giving them the limelight they deserve and to shine some attention to their most recent articles and posts.

Experience counts. You can bet your bottom dollar that all of our Top 8 picks have both the background and skills to demonstrate their proficiency (in topic area) shown through their writing. You’ll gain so much from reading each and every one, so be sure to check them all out!

Now, let’s begin…

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#1 Mike Lyles

Link: https://qaconsultants.com/blog/mike-lyles-testing-like-a-kid/

Mike Lyles wears many hats as he works as an international speaker, writer, and QA Director. Carrying over 20 years of IT experience he has written many articles and publications; his most recent being “What Children Tell us” where he goes into how beneficial it is to see things in a different way similar to how children do especially in testing where we have a tendency to follow traditional tactics.

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#2 Joe Colantonio

Link: https://www.joecolantonio.com/sdet/

If you are in the software testing industry and haven’t experienced one of Joe Colantonio’s many blogs, articles, Youtube videos, or podcasts, where have you been living? Joe Colantonio is definitely a great influencer in the industry sharing a great amount of experience and wisdom to the software testing community.  In one of his latest posts he explains the differences between a software tester and a software developer. Click the link to read the post and don’t forget to subscribe to everything he does because he produces great content!

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#3 Alan Richardson

Link: https://www.eviltester.com/blog/javafortesters/

Alan Richardson, or Evil Tester, is an author, coach, and mentor. He helps teams deliver, automate, and test better. Alan answers specific questions testers have with great ease. His posts are just few minute reads and hit the nail on the head with every with every post. The most recent includes How to Download a file with RestAssured. Testers go check him out!

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#4 Hans Buwalda

Link: http://www.happytester.com/

The original pioneer of keyword-driven testing and Soap Opera Testing, Hans Buwalda has written several wonderful articles focusing on how you design tests to make them scalable and maintainable. His most recent published through TechWell Insights is titled “Top Down or Bottom Up? Designing Effective Test Automation”. His most popular include his article “Testing Artificial Intelligence: How Low Can You Go?”. Link to his blog website above! Also check him out on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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#5 Jessica Ingrasellino

Link: https://techbeacon.com/app-dev-testing/10-practical-resources-web-app-performance-optimization

TechBeacon features Jessica Ingrasellino, a super talented software tester and president of Teachcode.org. Her most recent article covers 10+ practical resources for web app performance optimization where she mentions top tools to keep your web apps running at peak speed. Jessica has a refreshing writing style with great posts truly relating to the software testing community.

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#6 Johanna Rothman

Link: https://www.jrothman.com/blogs/

Author, consultant, manager, and leader, Johanna Rothman writes articles for and about management one can really appreciate. A wonderful style of writing that integrates her experience with great tips and much more. Her most recent blog, Managing Product Development, is about all aspects of management and written for people who want to think about how they manage people, projects, and risk. We just had to include her on our list, she’s so great! Please go read some of her keen articles.

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#7 Fiona Charles

Link: http://quality-intelligence.blogspot.com/

With great illustrations included, Fiona Charles’s Quality Intelligence blog is on a whole other level of blogs. Talking about her life and experiences, her blog is not only full of great knowledge but is funny and has great input. You can truly relate to Fiona and think of her as a friend as you read her last post, “You Never Finish Designing a Workshop- A Memoir of Friendship” (part 4). You won’t get bored with her blog, click the link for the read!

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#8 Lubos Parek

Link: https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbestechcouncil/2019/01/07/five-trends-that-will-shape-testing-in-2019/#3ac603a162a8

Lubos Parek is VP of Product for Saucelabs, leading management, and user interaction. He’s has great experience through his many positions as product leadership roles. One of his most recent articles is titled “Five Trends That Will Shape Testing 2019”. Give this article a read, Lubos definitely is a guy who knows what he is talking about.

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#9. Eran Kinsbruner

Link: http://continuoustesting.blog/

Eran Kinsburner is currently a lead technical Evangelist at Perfecto, leading cloud -based web and mobile quality lab. He was recently featured in the top 75 test automation blogs and has many books available on Amazon. He offers great content and has proven himself as a thought leader also being a featured author in LogiGear Magazine.

Thank you!

That concludes our list of Top 9 Viral posts from Leading Thought Leaders. Thank you so much for reading and we hope you share this article with your friends and family to display some grade A articles and posts from truly experienced and influential leaders in the software testing community.

Have a wonderful day!

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