Entries Tagged 'Testing Skill Improvement' ↓
August 13th, 2015 — Career in software Testing, Testing Skill Improvement
Is daily project routine work enough for your success?
We all love success and we know there are certain keys to get it. All we need is to find these keys and follow them properly. Many of us even know about these keys but find it hard to follow as we just don’t want to come out of our comfort zone. We are OK in following our daily routine in which we have molded ourselves.
There is a general thinking in IT industry that you need to be allocated to a project in order to prove your abilities. With this myth we work for months or even years and keep ourselves busy in a daily routine that we hardly get any time to prove yourself. Continue reading →
July 23rd, 2015 — How to be a good tester, Soft skills for testers, Testing Skill Improvement
Scene: In a restaurant, a family of 3 arrived – parents and a toddler. After ordering the most favourite pizza, the family was relaxing and toddler started playing with the chopsticks laid on the table. He liked them and decided to eat his dinner using chopsticks only.
He announced his desire and parents, busy in talking, agreed upon it. When the pizza was served, the toddler started using chopsticks and was failing number of times in getting the pizza in his mouth. Suddenly the parents noticed it and ordered the toddler to not use chopsticks. Toddler did not convinced as the parents had already agreed upon his desire earlier. Continue reading →
June 30th, 2015 — Testing best practices, Testing Skill Improvement
What does your organization really mean when they say they want to focus on quality?
One of my recent interests has been to understand what an organization really means when they say they want to focus on Quality. Do they mean:
– Better process quality?
– Better tools and frameworks?
– Better people to do testing?
It’s very rare that they mean all the above when they really should mean all the above. Continue reading →
March 17th, 2015 — Career in software Testing, Testing Skill Improvement
Job searching is probably the most stressful and overwhelming part of our careers.
There is just something about it, that gets to even the best of us. I am not going to say, this post will change that. However, there is one bit of the tiring process that we will try and simplify- and that is, “What kind of a job can you aspire for, with the skills you possess?”
Every job post/ad/requirement comes with its own set of primary/required/mandatory skills & good-to-have and Continue reading →
September 25th, 2014 — Questions & answers, Testing Interview questions, Testing Skill Improvement
Update: Sample answers link added in the end for these exercises.
After overwhelming response for the first software testing exercise, we are encouraged to make it happen again. The ideas shared during previous exercise, the enthusiasm seen to participate and the promise made to come back have inspired us to present the second exercise.
What you need to do?
Read all the exercises and put your answers for each in comment section.
Entry level candidates – Those who always complain that they don’t have practical experience in this field can start with these small exercises. Similar kind of work you will be doing on a real job. I am sure these exercises will help you a lot in your career.
Continue reading →
August 25th, 2014 — Questions & answers, Testing Interview questions, Testing Skill Improvement
Software Testing Exercises + Contest: Read on to know more..
*Update 2: Link to our sample answers page added. Also winners’ names announced at the end of this post.
*Update 1: just don’t read other reader’s answers in comments before posting yours
With excellent response for the STH posts as always, we have decided to fill this place with more fun and help.
No matter, who you are – a senior quality manager or a fresher who has just joined the software testing industry, everyone wants (or I would say, loves) to work on exercises, to keep our brain working.
With that, if you get to communicate with fellow testers and if you get a platform to share ideas too, would there be anything greater than that?
Continue reading →