Monday, 30 December 2013

Top 5 blog posts of 2013 - AgileDevTest

Just a little recap, It's been nearly 11 months since I started the AgileDevTest Blog.  This knowledge sharing and learning journey has been wonderful for me and hope my posts are informative to you.  In case you are not satisfied with any of the blog posts, as always, please feel free to post your feedback either as a blog comment or you can also contact me directly in my G+ account.  

As we are approaching the end of 2013, I just wanted to share the top 2013 blog posts of AgileDevTest Blog.  So here we go with the list

This blog post is about my free Ebook "Programmer's Motivation for Beginners".  More about this on the given link.  This post received good welcome and is #5 in AgileDevTest blog 2013.

This was my very first blog post in my own words.  I had a sense of feeling that Developers needed to have certain attitude if they had to classify as Developers, this blog post throws some light on those thoughts.  This is one of my personal best and it's #4 in AgileDevTest blog 2013.

This was probably my first post related to a startup team or small teams.  And again it received good number of hits and reasonable engagement from the users.  This is #3 in AgileDevTest blog 2013

A controversial blog post containing views from my own experiences of course, but it surely hurt a lot of sentiments and thus generated a mini controversy.  Not everyone would agree with the viewpoints, but a good read nevertheless, and many people can relate the post to their experiences and lands #2 in AgileDevTest blog 2013.

Another controversial blog post, this time about Agile and more specifically intended to those who are actually not following Agile properly and just think Agile is just another 5 letter word.  This post generated maximum number of views and stirred lot of discussion points and is the #1 post in AgileDevTest blog 2013.

Thanks for reading.  With 2013 about to end, I wish everyone of you, a very happy and prosperous new year 2014.

Hopefully in 2014, I would try to share more insightful posts in this wonderful journey.

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About the Author

Rajaraman Raghuraman has 8+ years of experience in the Information Technology industry focusing on Product Development, R&D, Test Data Management and Automation Testing.  He has architected a TDM product from scratch and currently leads the TDM Product Development team in an IT MNC.  He is passionate about Agile Methodologies and is a huge fan of Product Development, Agile Development and Agile Testing.  He blogs at  AgileDevTest Blog.  He is also the author of an Ebook "Programmer's Motivation for Beginners".  Connect with him on Google+

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