This month's premium content explores the topic of when to coach, train and mentor a product team. This is important, as how you coach one team differs from another depending on where they're at in terms of owning quality.
I look at two key factors, motivation and ability, and explore the teaching style to use appropriate and the types of activities a quality coach might take.
Heuristics are situational in that they encourage us to consider the context in which they are being applied. The following blog posts explore heuristics in software testing.
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Community content on Heuristics
There are some great articles on heuristics written by many in the software testing community.
My favourite is this one written by Richard Bradshaw and Sarah Deevy, as it explains what a heuristic is in the context of software testing.
Then there's Lena Wilberg's book with gorgeous illustrations by Trish Khoo
you can purchase cards too.
And Alex's exploration of microheuristics.
Black Box Software Testing courses run by Altom Consulting offer a great grounding in the concept of heuristics in software testing. The association for software testing offers a community track if you are a member.
That's it for this month!
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