This appendix presents some of the blog posts from the Google Testing Blog.
Wednesday, October 12, 2011 9:21 AM
By Joe Allan Muharsky
In a time when more and more of the Web is becoming streamlined, the process of filing bugs for websites remains tedious and manual. Find an issue. Switch to your bug system window. Fill out boilerplate descriptions of the problem. Switch back to the browser, take a screenshot, attach it to the issue. Type some more descriptions. The whole process is one of context switching; from the tools used to file the bug, to gather information about it, to ...