I sometimes receive questions from readers asking how to get started in software testing. Most of them are from freshers or newly graduated. Particularly some of the questions come from those who would like to switch their careers to software testing when they are old or they are from non-IT background.… Continue reading
Productivity. Eek. Even the word can sometimes give us hives. It’s not easy to stay focused in this day and age of social media and other distractions—but unless you’re the recipient of a trust fund, you likely have to work. And even more than that, you probably work in an office (hello, other distractions).… Continue reading
Note: This is a guest post from Wendy Dessler – Outreach Manager on behalf of Stackify.com
Everywhere you look things are becoming more and more automated. Gone are the days of cashier workers and factory workers. While you might see politicians arguing about automation on TV, is this new technology really a bad thing?… Continue reading
Note: This is a guest post from ScienceSoft – an US-headquartered provider of IT consulting services and custom software development with 450+ IT professionals. In today post, ScienceSoft would like to share strategies and tools to have an efficient automated cross-browser testing.… Continue reading
December is one of my favorite months of the year. It’s not only because we have Christmas ( I don’t believe in Santa Claus by the way :D) and New Year holiday but also a great time for me to sit back, see how have been doing this year and plan for a new year with more success.… Continue reading
Regression testing is one of the most interesting topics to talk about. People talk about it all the time (but strangely, I’ve never talked about it here on AskTester :D). Some love it, some hate it but people seem to do it in any testing projects.… Continue reading
People make mistakes all the time
I do. You do. We all do.
Some mistakes are minor that we can learn and recover from them very quickly. Some are bad that hit us badly and scar.
Oh by the way, making mistakes is not necessarily a bad thing.… Continue reading
Let’s face it.
Software testing is complicated. Especially, if you are new, you may get lost and don’t know what testing activities you should focus on to succeed in testing career…and I agree.
However, believe it or not, software testing is all about bugs.… Continue reading