#rtc2016 reading list

Conferences are great places to meet new people, learn and load yourself with lots ideas and things to think about until the next edition.

Since most sessions are high level, they are just offer seeds for you to grow on later, and what is a better way to grow your knowledge than a book.

This year, while attending the Romanian Testing Conference  I tried gathering the books mentioned in the talks.

Some sessions were quite rich in mentions, with @karennjohnson and  @steveo1967 worth highlighting. Thank you!

<<Errare humanum est>> said the old Latins, so If I have missed books mentioned in other sessions, please leave a comment with the reference.

Image credit: Romanian Testing Conference 2016.

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