Software testing is a necessity of the current age, and for the right sort of person, it can also be a lot of fun. Professional software testers will attest that there's something particularly satisfying about identifying and eliminating a troublesome bug. With technology and techniques constantly evolving, however, it can be hard to stay on top of the latest developments in the software testing world. For that, you need software testing blogs. Here are five of the best:
As one of the biggest names in the tech industry, it's no surprise that Google has a top quality testing blog. Monthly articles offer in-depth takes on cutting edge developments in the software testing industry.
Developed in collaboration with Techwell, Sticky Minds offers weekly posts from one of the most active communities of software testers in the world. From useful training resources to trends and events, the Sticky Minds blog is a one-stop resource for all testers. In addition, the site features a Q&A section and a busy forum of experts waiting to help answer your specific queries.
This blog is an essential resource for serious software testers, covering all aspects of the software testing domain, from tools and video tutorials to book reviews and news on the latest conferences and events.
Cigniti offers both manual and automated software and security testing services to a variety of industries. Their website also features a long-running blog on this topic, where they regularly post comprehensive articles covering all aspects of testing, from practical information to speculation and predictions on the future of the industry.
One of the largest and longest-running testing blogs on the internet, DZone has been producing top quality content since 1997 and has built up a staggering archive of over 70,000 articles. If you're curious about any aspect of software testing, you're sure to find an answer to your question here.
And finally, although not strictly a blog (in fact it's a whole lot more) www.ministryoftesting.com is a great resource for all your software testing needs.