Business Analysis, Software Testing, Usability : A Quick Guide Book for Better Project Management and Faster IT Career was recommended to me and will arrive on Thursday morning. I test for an internal business tools team and the team that conducts customer experiments, so anything that holistically connects the BA role with Testing is of interest to me.
I like your goals! I’d be interested in a follow up at the end to see how you got on with achieving them. They’re both things I’ve felt I’ve not got right in my roles so far and I definitely want to work on that.
It’s called management 3.0, but as far as I can already tell, it should be required reading for anyone in Software Development. If only to understand the sheer complexity and systems at work when trying to cooperatively create a solution by means of software.
I just discovered this 30 days Agile Testing challenge. That’s cool because I was just starting a book I bought earlier about SCRUM. Does it count in the 30 day challenge?
I’m French so the book is in French too. Scrum, de la théorie à la pratique…
That said I’m completely on my own and I won’t have any devs to deal with. so I won’t be able to tick a few of the boxes. However I can already tick some future boxes for I already use IDE such as Eclipse. I’d love to get some advice to get in touch with open source software but apparently neither SoundForge or Github on which I’m registered have a community forum of way to ask directly there. Any tips to share? I need real projects to apply what I learn on and I though Open Source projects could be a great opportunity.