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January 11th, 2017 — Career in Software Testing, How to be a good tester, QA leadership, Testing Skill Improvement
Every profession demands certain qualities from its practitioners before accepting them in and making them the best at what they do.
Software Testing demands the qualities I discuss in this article even more strongly and there are many reasons for it.
And when I say qualities, I am talking about the ‘must have’s- the top abilities of testers that help them fly high and far. Dedication, hard work, etc. are a necessity to any job in the world. But the qualities we are going to discuss are absolutely inevitable for testers. Without these must have ones, testers will sooner or later risk being disengaged from their craft.
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October 5th, 2016 — QA leadership, QA team skills
More often than not, when you are a large testing team, you have an equally large product to test and equally complex challenges to deal with.
What then becomes difficult is maintaining the quality standards, knowledge sharing and decentralizing the expertise.
Let me explain this problem in-depth and possible solutions too. Continue reading →
March 21st, 2016 — Career in Software Testing, QA leadership, QA team skills
A Personal Report – Being a Successful Test Manager – Challenges and Learning
Promotions are part of career growth and believe me, the consequent responsibilities teach us many things and help us grow further. From Junior to Senior and Senior to Manager, every level of that success ladder asks us to unlearn some things and learn new ones.
Getting to be a QA Test Manager is surely a matter of pride for anyone and I were not an exception. Today, I want to talk about how it happened, the challenges and my learning from that phase. Continue reading →
February 22nd, 2016 — QA leadership, QA team skills, Testing Tips and resources
When we all start our work day, in some way or the other we wish the day to end soon. No one wishes to get stuck into an issue which would demand us to stay and work till late, but 70% of the times the days do not go smooth as we wish.
There will be different types of challenges faced each day. On several occasions, we may be asked to work on urgent tasks just because that’s what our clients would demand, and out of that 70%, most of it will be on Friday’s when we all would have special personal plans :). We just desire but we cannot change the way service industry works. Continue reading →
October 29th, 2015 — Career in Software Testing, QA leadership, Testing Skill Improvement
What is the successful journey for testers in their professional life?
The most common thoughts with experienced testers and doubtful questions with those who start their career as tester will be as below.
- How many years it will take to become QA Manager or Test Manager?
- What do I have to do to become QA Manager or Test Manager?
- Can I reach higher responsible positions in my present company?
- What is the maximum salary I can be offered in this field?
- Can I continue in Testing or shift to Development for great achievements?
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