Career Shift from a Tester to Business Analyst – A Step by Step Guide

Career-Shift-from-Tester-to-Business-Analyst

A Step-by-Step guide for a Tester to become a Business Analyst:

A testing professional is required to thoroughly test the software developed to ensure if the software meets the end requirements of the customer.

A Business Analyst is also responsible to verify whether the software built and delivered meets the end customer requirements. This aspect of both the roles make it easier for a tester to switch to a business analyst role.

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QA’s Roles Vs Goals: How to Balance Both to Achieve Your Goals

QA Roles vs Goals

This article is dedicated to my passionate QA Fraternity!!!

Gone are the days when the QAs used to have ample time waiting for the builds to come and later they would start testing, raise bugs accordingly and then again wait for the developers to fix them.

They would spend a major portion of their time in practicing English, LOL!!. I mean writing Test Cases, reviewing them and finalizing them to be used for testing.

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Cognitive Bias in Software Testing: Why Do Testers Miss Bugs?

Cognitive Bias in Software Testing

Cognitive Bias in Software Testing: Have You been Influenced?

The testing world is moving at a very quicker pace with technological advancements in order to ensure “quality at the speed of light”.

“Continuous Integration, Digital transformation, life-cycle automation, shifting quality to the left to minimize costs” etc are some of the magical words that are swinging around. While we speak about these, the underlying question –“Why and how the defect was missed” still continues to be heard and remains unanswered as well. 

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Mutual Comprehension in Testing: A Key for Delivering a Quality Software

Mutual Comprehension in Testing

Role of Mutual Comprehension in Software Testing for delivering a Quality Software:

In this busy world, we do not have much time to speak with each other. Yes, today's article is all about that.

Just imagine how it would be if a developer does not know anything about software testing and the tester does not have even a little knowledge on software development, at such instances we cannot expect a quality software to be released either to the market or to the customers.

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Characteristics of a Bad Software Tester

Characteristics of a Bad Tester

Which Characteristics Can Make You a Bad Software Tester?

We posted several articles that focus on positive factors, good qualities, and positive traits.

Everyone wants those positive characteristics and factors to be implemented in their career or life but no one usually focuses on the characteristics or qualities that they need to avoid in their career.

Basically, being aware of the negative things/factors that would ruin your life or career, will help you in being a better person. 

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