Hi, I'm using the google testing banner (the red & green bulbs) as the unofficial logo for my testing lectures in a [software engineering course](https://github.com/jce-il/se-class/wiki)Thanks!
I am constantly checking this blog to find out insightful knowledge about testing.Thanks Googlers for sharing.
Hi, I regularly refer to articles from this blog when discussing or advising colleagues about testing / engineering best practises. In addition, several articles have been a big source of inspiration for company-wide standards and guidelines with respect to software testing.Thanks for the great blog!
Hey all I just wanted to say thanks! I have been a reader for several years. Now I write a blog series about Android testing and I often refer to this blog as a primary resource then write about how the concepts apply to Android like in this post https://medium.com/android-testing-daily/testing-state-vs-testing-interaction-c5d7fe0bf247#.8a6a4ez1x. Keep up the good work!
I use articles from this blog in a Masters Level Course on Software Testing, that I teach. I also encourage students to read this blog.Thanks for the excellent content, and for making this available.
Back in 2009 I started reading Misko Hevery's articles about designing for testability and Dependency Injection. I have witnessed the transformation of the PHP community from procedural code to true object-orientation, also thanks to these patterns which are now pushed by every decent framework.
Happy Birthday! I firstly read the new explanation of test engineer role is here! Although I don't comment much here, but I hope this test blog is always the best place we can learn and share new idea of testing.
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