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November 17th, 2013 — Career in software Testing, How to be a good tester
In software industry, we follow the hierarchy as:
Quality manager => Team Lead => Senior software tester => Software test engineer => Trainee.
Generally, as per the trend in India, the person who has more numbers of years of experience will sit on top and the fresh graduate will sit at the bottom in the hierarchy. The only difference is numbers of years of experience.
Do you think this is the right thing to follow?
Undoubtedly, the person grows well with time and efforts and when it comes to domain knowledge, the more time spent on the specific domain is Continue reading →
October 20th, 2013 — Career in software Testing, Tester vs Developer
Software Tester’s Job – Is it really as low-profile as it is believed to be?
Sometimes, the decision to become a software tester is not deliberate for some of us, especially in the beginning of our careers.
Though the aspiration for being a successful IT professional is strong, we assume that the word ‘IT professional’ is synonymous with ‘Developer’. While being a developer is great and has immense potential, it should not be concluded that being a tester means the exact opposite.
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July 16th, 2013 — Career in software Testing, Software Testing Books
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This is my second eBook recently published on Amazon. This eBook is handling a hot topic – Freelancing opportunities for software testers!
Yes, I get many questions on how to find freelance testing QA job opportunities and even questions like ‘Is it really possible to earn some extra income working as a freelance software tester?
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November 25th, 2012 — Career in software Testing, Testing Tips and resources
Is Software Testing a Boring Job?
Testers are very enthusiastic at the beginning of their career. But when learning curve is saturated they start feeling bored. They quickly get tired of writing same bug reports and executing same test cases again and again. They simply don’t feel challenged. Almost all testers have this feeling in their career at some point. Especially experienced testers don’t find any challenge and creativity in their work.
Does that mean testing is a boring job?
The answer is a resounding NO! Testing is not a boring job. Actually it can stress you to your limitations. As quoted by Michael Bolton
“Testing is continuous learning process by exploring, discovering and investigating the information you have”.
If you are passionate about software testing you will be less likely to find this as Continue reading →
July 29th, 2012 — Career in software Testing, Software Testing Resume
Many students who want to build a career in IT look forward to being a software tester as a stepping stone.
Whether you want to transition into software development later on or continue to become a rock-star software tester, it is a good idea to pursue a career as a software tester as your first job.
This post will cover what you should and should not do to get your first job as a testing professional.
How to Get a Software Testing Job When You Have No Experience? Continue reading →