16 Things to Do When You’re Bored of Testing

Is Software Testing a Boring Job?

Testers are very enthusiastic at the beginning of their career. But when the learning curve is saturated they start feeling bored. They quickly get tired of writing the same bug reports and executing the same test cases again and again. They simply don’t feel challenged. Almost all testers have the same feeling in their career at least at some point. Especially experienced testers don’t find any challenge and creativity in their work. Continue reading →

The Only 150 Words Advice You Should Read Today to Start Taking Action

Taking action is the key to success. Do you know the secret of taking action? Ask this question to yourself: What is the smallest step I can take towards my goal, right now?

No matter how much you read, if you don’t get into action, you’re wasting your time.


Today, I’m cutting this post very short and asking you to do something right now. This could be anything like: start looking for a better career, start learning any automation tool, learn basic SQL and UNIX commands, learn basics of scripting and HTML or do something that will improve your life and help you achieve your goals! Continue reading →

I’m Writing an eBook and Need Your Help to Make it Super Helpful!

This is something that’s in my mind since a long time. I get so many questions from readers about getting started in software testing and becoming an expert in this field! I thought it would be helpful to all if I share these answers in an eBook.

So, I’ve decided to write an eBook on software testing career and becoming an expert in this field. It would be the collection of answers to all these burning questions almost all testers face in their career life. I’ll also include some of the most useful guides I’ve ever written on this blog over the last 6 years with updates aligning with latest trends in software testing field.
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