If you are in software testing, you may realize that one of the best complaints from testers is that “I don’t have enough time to test”.
I don’t blame you or anyone. This is understandable.
We are living era where we feel like we don’t have enough time to do anything.… Continue reading
Yes, you read it right.
Work harder, not smarter? This sounds counter-intuitive considering there are tons of sound advice out there recommending us to work smarter, not harder.
While I see the point of working smarter, I do see people under-estimate the value of “working harder”.… Continue reading
In the last couple of weeks, I started to screen CV for a software tester position in my team. Interviewing/screening CV is not new to me. I have done that for several years and I can’t remember how many CVs I reviewed.… Continue reading
When it comes to select a company to work for, specifically in software development or software testing, this is one of the most asked questions:
Which is better: Outsourcing or Product company?
To be honest, I don’t think it’s a good question.… Continue reading
Note: This is guest post from Stella – Content Writer and Digital Marketing Analyst at Indium
Software testing refers to a technique in which an application or software is tested before launching in the market to ensure that it is free from all errors and bugs.… Continue reading
As a Software Quality Engineer, I have been through many interviews in my early career and the most frequently asked question was about software testing life cycle. I tried to cram the answer but soon I realized that it is a very wider concept and I have to consider the complete picture before deciding what it actually is.… Continue reading
Technology is changing everyday, so is testing. Needless to say, being successful in testing is getting more and more challenging. Being very good at test cases, bugs, test planing, test techniques, etc does not guarantee a success in your testing career.… Continue reading
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
According to State of Testing report, software testing industry is growing like never before. It’s not surprising that more and more people want to become a tester too. Testers also often send me emails sharing how much they are enjoying their journeys.… Continue reading