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
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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
I always love helping people. That’s one of the reasons I built this website. I have shared posts and guide to help new testers in their careers. I have also received and answered questions from my audiences. Even though I can’t answer all questions, I try my best to answer as many questions as I can.… Continue reading
Certification is not something new.
Actually, in some professions such as Accounting, IT, Project management, certification plays a huge role in career advancement. Getting certification in those professions seems to be widely accepted. However, when it comes to software testing certification, I have been observing mixed reactions and the debates keep going on and on.… Continue reading
You’ve just passed the interview and accepted the offer as a tester.
Congratulations! You made it and I’m happy for you.
But the joy doesn’t last too long really. You then worry about the first day in a new company.
My belief is you have one chance to make a first impression – Kevin McCarthy
Yeah, I’m talking about the first impression.… Continue reading
It’s another week and here’s AskTester Weekly Digest #2.
Let’s check out what’s interesting this week.
Women Testers April 2017 Edition is out
For those who don’t know, Women Testers is software testing magazine dedicated for women who test. Don’t get tricked by the name itself, the magazine for anyone who wants to learn and improve the testing.… Continue reading
I have built and started blogging on this site for around 2 years. While I really do enjoy the blogging journey so far, there’s a problem with me with this site:
My blogging is not consistent
In other words, I can’t always write and publish posts as frequently as I want to be.… Continue reading
Missing bugs sucks.
To some extent, it’s one of the worst nightmares of testers.
Why so? If you are in software testing, you may know that there has been a testing misconception that testers are in charge of catching all bugs in the system.… Continue reading