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Apr 21 2010   9:13PM GMT

Top 100 Software Testing Blogs: #13 for Software Quality Insights

Yvette Francino Yvette Francino Profile: Yvette Francino

Today I checked out the Top 100 Software Testing Blogs and was happy to see Software Quality Insights listed as #13 on that list!

Blogging is a wonderful way to learn and network with others in your field. One of my favorite parts of this job is networking with others by reading and writing blogs. It’s especially fulfilling to have a conversation or learn differing viewpoints via the comments. One of the great things about Web 2.0 is that it allows us to have open group communication. I strongly encourage you to post comments on our blogs, letting us know your point of view or what type of coverage you would like to have on  We look at our traffic as a way of helping us determine which content is most valuable to you, but that’s only one input.

Here are our top five traffic generators for Software Quality Insights in 2010:

  1. Methodology wars: Agile or waterfall?
  2. Eight free tools to automate your software test processes
  3. Running, debugging, and analyzing load tests using JMeter
  4. A modern way of gathering requirements: Visualizations
  5. What’s going on with Google’s social network testing?

Are these topics representative of your interests? Let us know. We don’t want to stay at unlucky #13 for long. Let’s see if we can move that up to #1! Help us out by adding comments, giving us feedback and letting others know about Software Quality Insights.

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  • Maxtrembley
    You have a good point. Blogging can be very interesting and productive in the same time. But the Internet has also a "law nature". There are good bloggers and bad bloggers. A reader should realize this by the pertinence of the content. For example let's say that a user requests information about [A href=""]dll files[/A]. One of the things that can make a blog to be good is the pertinence and the amount of the writings. If the blogger will tell you something like "Do not delete this types of files because is bad", the information is insufficient and poor. But if the blogger will open an entire training thread in order to make you understand about the dll files, means that he actually cares about his readers.
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