Entries Tagged 'QA team skills' ↓
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 →
August 17th, 2016 — How to be a good tester, QA team skills, Tester vs Developer
We use multiple applications on a daily basis. The internet is a part of our life.
Behind every application, whether shopping, learning, ticket booking etc there are multiple people whose contribution has made our life so comfortable through these applications.
Among these multiple technical people are “Testers” and “Developers”.
In this article, we will see the different perspectives of Testers and Developers and their relationship to make a successful application together. Continue reading →
July 18th, 2016 — QA team skills, Soft skills for testers
Presenting your knowledge, experience or simply sharing useful information is neither an art nor magic.
It is a skill developed through practice and lots of exposure to a real-time audience.
It is not the slides or the data that you present, but your idea has to reach through to the audience. It should not just help them understand, it must compel them to implement the process or idea and see its value. 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 →