September 25, 2009

Some Testing and QA Blogs You Should Read

Blogs are a great way to quickly read what others in the Testing and QA field have to say about our profession.

Here are some good ones.  I read them often.  Perhaps you should check them out:

Matt Heusser's Blog - Testing at the Edge of Chaos
Matt is a software craftsman with an interest in testing, project management, development, how people learn and systems improvement
Matt Heusser

I.M. Testy
Treatises on the practice of software testing
Bj Rollison

Tooth of the Weasel
Notes and rants from Alan Page.
Alan Page

Test Obsessed
Elisabeth Hendrickson’s Thoughts on Testing, Agile, and Agile Testing
Elisabeth Hendrickson

Google Testing Blog
If it ain't broke, you're not trying hard enough

DevelopSense Blog
Observations on software testing and quality, by Michael Bolton
Michael Bolton

James Bach’s Blog
The Consulting Software Tester
James Bach

Practical QA
Common Sense Quality for the Rest of Us
Linda Wilkinson

I specialize in tactical QA - preventing, finding and fixing software problems no matter what the circumstances. No excuses, no problem.
Catherine Powell

Steve Rowe's Blog
Ruminations on Computing - Programming, Test Development, Management and More
Steve Rowe

Exploration Through Example
Example-driven development, Agile software development, testing, Ruby, and other things of interest to Brian Marick
Brian Marick

Collaborative Software Testing
Jonathan Kohl's blog on software investigation
Jonathan Kohl

Test This Blog - Eric Jacobson's Software Testing Blog
Refinements on the art of software testing
Eric Jacobson

Expected Results
Testing, managing, consulting, quality and the art of motorcyle maintenance
Phil Kirkham

PractiTest QA Blog
Testing Tools & Methodologies for the Practical QA Tester
Joel Montvelisky

Adam Goucher
Quality through Innovation
Adam Goucher

Steve Souders - High Performance Web Sites
Steve works at Google on web performance and open source initiatives...
Steve Souders

QA Hates You
You suspected it.  Now you know it.
The Director

(last updated December 30, 2009)