Warning: This post needs to be read with care!
If you are in software testing or software development, you may know something about the so-call “tester vs developer” relationship. I don’t know who started the fight first or how come their relationships get worse, but it’s clearly that developers and testers often don’t like each other.… Continue reading
I don’t know you, but if you like me, it’s very difficult to find good and trusted sources to learn software testing these days. Doing a quick search on Google, there are millions of result returned and you don’t know which one to pick up, or you pick one and then ask yourself “Can I trust this?”.… Continue reading
Welcome back to Interview post series. It’s been quite a long time since my last interview with Andrew Kelly
Anyway, I’m very excited to tell you we are having an interview with a special guest today.
That special guest is Pradeep Soundararajan.… Continue reading
First, let me ask you a few questions
Are your bugs often rejected?
Are you bugs often assigned back to you and discussed back and forth to clarify information?
Do your leaders or managers often complain about your bugs?
If the answer is YES, chances that your bug report sucks
In this post today I will point out 3 simple reasons causing bad bug report and how to fix it.… Continue reading
Software testing is challenging and it’s even more challenging for new tester.
Regardless of how much effort you spent on researching software testing, improving yourself and trying hard to do better testing, you still don’t feel that you are making any progress or worse you are not sure if testing is the right one for you.… Continue reading
Continuing from the last successful Interview post with Augusto which received good feedbacks from users, I also would like to introduce you Andrew Kelly, who has over 15 years of experience in software development and testing. Andrew is also an active member in the Software Testing LinkedIn group.… Continue reading
As a tester, we don’t just confirm things, we question things.
As a tester, we don’t just follow steps by steps in test cases to verify against the expected result, we question the system to reveal something new about the system.… Continue reading
Even though Augusto and I never met in person, I have known him for several years through his contributions to a Software Testing LinkedIn group. With his expertise in software testing he has helped the group of professional testers with great answers and also by questioning the questions.… Continue reading
Thanks for visiting my site and reading my first post.
Who I am and why I blog?
I’m Thanh. I’m living in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam-a crowded but charming city
This is me 😀
I’m owner of AskTester and also a tester (you can read more about me here).… Continue reading
Software testing is more and more popular these days. I’ve seen people doing, talking and thinking software testing a lot. While I do value all differences in the perspectives, I observe 5 common misperceptions in software testing. These misperceptions bug me because they not only make software testing look cheap but also degrade it.… Continue reading