Tuesday, 7 April 2015

A Brave New (sub) Reddit (Software Testing Views)

There are a number of sub-Reddit's on Reddit already, but none that I felt quite focused on what I felt were hitting the Reddit nail on the head. I wanted a place to go where a curated set of links were provided, that had a focus.

Go to; Software Testing Views  (http://www.reddit.com/r/SoftwareTestingViews/)

Hit the link and save it down as a Favorite: [ctrl] + [d] generally does it.

Why a new sub Reddit?
Software Testing Views is about just that, not a shopping list / garage sale / stack of links, but a set focused on views. As stated on the page:

Yes to:
Blog Posts, Forum Discussions (opinions), White Papers, Case Studies, OpEds, Discussion 

Documents, Conference Reports, Research Findings, Debates, Arguments and Opinions.

No to:
Questions, Adverts, List Links, Non-direct links, Walled content, Content that requires sign-up / log-in

The idea is that this is a collection of links to learning resources and strong arguments. In this way, you can visit any of them and LEARN and be CHALLENGED.

Have a look at the Wiki page for more info.

Be sure to add you links too and drop by often!
Software Testing Views  (http://www.reddit.com/r/SoftwareTestingViews/)


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