Here are a few of the things I found interesting this week.
- I thought this article about “hacking” British Airways was sort of interesting – but mainly that they glossed over the real hack – “It is likely that the hackers had access to the BA.com site, and modified the code to insert a backdoor.”
Read and make your own judgement.
- Camille Fournier (author of the wonderful book, The Managers Path posted this article on engineering productivity.
- Ben Kelly says, You probably need fewer testers than you think (and he’s probably right)
- Saw this on twitter from Cassie Kozyrkov on Speaking at conferences. It’s really good (especially compared to the usual posts on this topic)
- Finally, I tweeted about this, but it’s worth calling out here too.
Well, @alanpage and I had a wonderful chat, and I had a lot of conversations with the awesome folks at @unity3d and I am very happy to announce that I have accepted the Tech Lead position at @unity3d in Austin, TX. I’m extremely excited and hopeful for this opportunity.— MelTheTester (@melthetester) September 28, 2018