by Anthony Vallone
Ten years ago today, the first Google Testing Blog article was posted (official announcement 2 days later). Over the years, Google engineers have used this blog to help advance the test engineering discipline. We have shared information about our testing technologies, strategies, and theories; discussed what code quality really means; described how our teams are organized for optimal productivity; announced new tooling; and invited readers to speak at and attend the annual Google Test Automation Conference.
The blog has enjoyed excellent readership. There have been over 10 million page views of the blog since it was created, and there are currently about 100 to 200 thousand views per month.
This blog is made possible by many Google engineers who have volunteered time to author and review content on a regular basis in the interest of sharing. Thank you to all the contributors and our readers!
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Source: ministry of testing
Happy 10th Birthday Google Testing Blog!