11 Ways You Know You’re a Tester..

When you know, you are a tester ….

Some specific characteristics of a REAL TESTER, from my pen:

when you know you are a tester

#1. When a bug, seen but not reproduced, makes you sleepless:

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Case Study: How to Eliminate Flaws of Waterfall and Agile Development Processes Using a Hybrid Model

Agile Waterfall Hybrid Model

The Waterfall Model has been the ideal choice for software development. In this model, an idea becomes usable software in a sequential process that cascades through the stages of Initiation, Analysis, Implementation, Testing and Maintenance.

But the Waterfall model has some disadvantages.

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8 Proven Ways to Manage Stress as a Software Testing Professional

Living in an era, where everything seems slave of that machine called CLOCK, it’s not easy to not get affected by problems.

While making a coffee for yourself in the morning, if you are creating a time table for the day and running around whole day to achieve the listed tasks, welcome to the this post :).

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What is Software Testing All About? (Read This 10 Point Summary Carefully)

People have different definitions about testing. Some say testing is just about UI verification. And some say testing is just finding defects. But I tried to categorize the whereabouts of testing in the below 10 points.

Read each and every sentence carefully till the end. It has deep meaning that will be useful in every stage of testing life cycle in your project.

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How to Perform White Box Testing – Explained with a Simple Example

Understanding White Box Testing with a Simple Example

In my career so far, I have seen the testers to be the most enthusiastic community in the software industry.

The reason being, that testers always have something in their scope to learn. Be it domain, process or technology, a tester can have a holistic development if they wish to.

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How to Plan and Manage Testing Projects Effectively (Tips)

Project planning is one of the pivotal elements in the project management process.

How each individual team interprets the goals to be achieved, is a direct representation of the level of clarity incorporated in the project plan. Especially when it comes to a test project, inaccurate project planning can have a serious implication on the test execution of the system under test and on the overall quality of the product as a whole.  Continue reading →