Comaqa Spring 2018. Vivien Ibironke Ibiyemi. Enhance your Testing Skills With Mindset Tools

Using real life test stories, I will present to you examples of mindset tools that I have identified, how I have used them to optimize collaboration in software development teams, become a valuable team member and a skilled tester. I will further propose a model that can help individuals develop their own mindset tools depending on the type of environment and product being developed.

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Recommended Tech and Management fundamentals literature

Potentially useful Tech and Management fundamentals literature:

1) Grady Booch “Object-Oriented Analysis and Design with Applications”
Notes: Do not be afraid of С++ examples, 95% of the material is conceptual, and not depending on the exact programming language From my point of view it’s one of the best books for real learning what OOP is. It might look too simple for you – which makes it even more pleasant to read before going to bed.

[E1-E3; Junior – Senior]

2) Martin Fowler «Refactoring»

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QA Conference, March 10-11, Minsk

Good afternoon, friends!
Mark March 10-11 in your calendars, COMAQA.BY will hold a big vacation conference in Minsk, devoted to manual and automation, DevOps, development in automation and management in testing contexts.

Speakers from the leading IT-companies of CIS, Russia, Belarus are going to talk about their experience and management, share personal practical secrets and work hints.

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Books for C# .Net automation engineers

Here is the list of the most helpful books for C# .Net automation engineers; you should read them in the given order, starting with the first (basic) and finishing third (complex):

1.      «C#», Andrew Troelsen

2.      «C#: The Complete Reference», Herbert Schildt

3.      Best efforts: «CLR via C#», Jeffrey Richter

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Books for Java Automation engineers

From our point of view here are the most helpful books for Java Automation engineers; you should read them in the given order, starting with the first (basic) and finishing fourth (complex):

1. «Head First Java», Kathy Sierra

2. «Java, A Beginner’s Guide», Herbert Schildt

3. «Thinking in Java», Bruce Eckel

4. «Effective Java», Joshua Bloch

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