I've realised that that Content Summary Outline with urls to posts over the month might be useful to everyone so I've split the content Summary into two posts.
One with the links,
And one that includes the PDFs.
The pdf post is reserved for the $5 tier, but this links post can be public.
Creating this post took a little longer than normal because Patreon made some changes to their system which affected my automated creation of the post contents.
- STAR format and Key Achievements
- Price and Estimate so you don't regret it
- Can you revisit the past with your notes?
- Flight Delay as an excuse for thinking about Risk
- Don't do that. Do this. Coverage.
- Presuppositions vs Preconditions
- Understand your own individual work patterns
- How do I test? - models and modelling
- How do I test? - notes on an upper left quadrant
- The Pains of Scripting
- Adding Tooling Instead of Fixing Social Dynamic Issues
- What every programmer should know about Object-Oriented Design
- Swagger API Documentation and Recommended Supporting tools
- Living in the past
- Natural Feeling Phrases vs Habitual Non-critical usage
- How do we know when an API is good enough?
- Testing vs Programming Mindset
- Management lessons on Risk, Reward, Accountability and Blame
- Case Study: How to Test - Link Checker Hands on Session
- Content Summary for June 2019
- Case Study: How would you test that? Console Link Checker
- Do you always use MORIM Loop test approach?
Blog Posts July 2019
I was surprised to find that these blog posts collated into a 21 page PDF
- June 2019 EvilTester.com and Patreon Content Summary
- An Introduction to API Based Documentation Automating
- I need a tool... no, you need to work on the system
Twitter May 2019
- Natural Language Generation with Markov Chains -
- "Shape Up" a free web book from Basecamp explaining how they work and develop their software -
- I was asked a question about tooling, but sometimes the answer isn't a tool. We can't often use tools to solve social dynamic issues -
- Viktor Slavchev @TheTestingTroll has a useful "Lessons Learned: blog post on API Testing -
- A useful summary of CORS headers and reasons -
- Go headless with chromeOptions.AddArguments("headless"); -
- Blogged: Introduction to Automating the Documentation and Validation of a REST API -
- I was about to give up on documenting an API in swagger OpenAPI 2 but @stoplightio helped a lot. Free for open source and public projects. -
- An educational write up of an investigation into a zoom security issue. -
- A useful overview of documenting an API -
- Writing Board Game AI Bots — The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly -
- Some interesting links to follow up on here like TextWorld, and the article was interesting too -
- I wrote a little link checker to run from snippets or the console, you can find the code on gist if you want to experiment and amend it -