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Software Testing Book Giveaway – Celebrating 10000 Facebook Fans!!


Now we have reached 60,000+ Facebook fans as on Oct 2017! Thanks a million to everyone for joining our Facebook page.

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We’ve reached 10000 Facebook fans!! I’m so excited about reaching the milestone of 10,000 Facebook fans and I’m really thankful to all of you because you are the ones who helped us to be here.

To celebrate this achievement I’m giving away a software testing book and one best book of the year (see details below). This giveaway will be open for a week starting from today 20th Nov 2011.

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Launched Software Testing Help Community Forum – Register & Win Prize!

This is a good news for all Software Testing Help readers! Recently I’ve launched software testing community forum on SoftwareTestingHelp.com. I hope this QA forum is a great place for software testers to ask queries on anything related to software testing, testing career and automation tools like Winrunner, QTP, LoadRunner, TestDirector, IBM Rational Robot and much more.

Software Testing Help is one of the largest and most popular software testing portals with on average, more than 100 comments per article. Thanks for your help and continuous support. I know many testing experts want to answer readers queries and now you will get a “software testing community” platform where you can share your thoughts and help other software testers for their bright future.

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Mozilla firefox 3.0 release is available for testing now

Mozilla released its Firefox 3 release candidate internet browser to the public for testing purpose only. Mozilla Firefox is the most popular internet browser after Microsoft’s Internet Explorer. By releasing this Firefox 3.0 version to developers and testers community, company wants to make sure product is fully ready for final release.

The company is taking feedback from testers and web developers to improve and fix most of the bugs before advancing to next version.

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Now get paid to find software bugs. uTest is paying testers to find bugs

Some days ago I have written a post on Pay per bug approach to charging clients on the basis of a number of bugs. There are some distinct obstacles in this approach like how to validate bugs? How much to be paid for bugs? Will core functionality and business logic bugs get caught in this model? There was a good discussion on this topic in the comment section as many readers suggested some key approach to handle these obstacles.

In spite of these obstacles, uTest is now offering some decent cash to testers to find flaws in customer applications. They are going to pay to testers for every approved bug.

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