Note: This is a guest post written by Brian Hamilton -a software tester who lives in Kansas City and contracts for TestLodge
Feedback from user experience testing (UX) is incredibly subjective. That’s why even a small team with similar backgrounds struggle with UX decisions.… Continue reading
Let’s face it.
Having a successful interview is a crucial step to becoming a software tester. It’s a “make it or break it”.
But passing an interview is hard. We all know this. It’s even 10x harder if you are a beginner in software testing when you do not have much knowledge and experience in both testing and interviewing.… Continue reading
When you are starting your career as QA/tester or switching your career to software testing, the following concerns pop up in your head:
What are QA Tester career paths?
Is software testing a good career path to follow?
What is career growth of software tester?… Continue reading
Note: This is guest post written by Thomas Peham-marketing manager at Usersnap
Your software is acting weird. It’s crashing and the front end isn’t working as expected. Well, I guess it’s time to bring a software tester on board.
Software testers are responsible for finding and reporting bugs to developers.… Continue reading
If you are a tester, I would bet that you once thought of finding a testing freelancing job.
Of course, why not? Look at developers. Developers do a lot of freelancing jobs from building websites, WordPress theme to mobile applications…and they are making good money.… Continue reading
Note: This is guest post written by Ulf Eriksson-one of the founders of ReQtest
The strategy and planning are fundamental building blocks of software development life-cycle; whereas quality is always measured with the grade. Fulfilling business expectation and customer satisfaction with no defects is the main aim of testing.… Continue reading
Let me ask you this question…
What’s the most common excuse people often say when they want to decline an invitation?
You can guess, but you will agree with me on this one sentence:
“I’m too busy”
People are getting busier and busier these days.… Continue reading
If your program has crashed ( crash – is an emergency completion of the program, when it vanishes from the screen), the iOS device will record crash logs. This information is necessary for developers to find and fix crashes. That’s why it’s very important to provide logs in the found bugs.… Continue reading
Ding… ding… ding…Passionate testers in Ho Chi Minh, you don’t want to miss this event!
Ho Chi Minh Software Testing Conference 2016 is now open and ready for your registration.
If you are very serious in software testing, this news may be not new to you anymore.… Continue reading
People say “forum is dead”…and it’s understandable
With the social media boom such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, I’m not surprised to see that forums are not received as much attention as before.
Just call me old-fashioned, but I find forum is still an interesting channel to discuss and get to know each other.… Continue reading