14 Fundamental Leadership Qualities That A True Leader Must Possess

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14 Fundamental Leadership Qualities: The Traits and Skills of a True Leader

Leadership is really a very vast subject.

The leadership characteristics, style, situations and the combinations that one has got to exhibit his/her leadership skills are quite different and in turn are numerous in number.

Hence, I decided to flow down my thoughts through this article to explain a few characteristics which I feel that anyone should possess in order to become a true leader.

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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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Quality Quotient of a Tester: 22 Core Strengths to Be a Good Tester

Quality Quotient

This tutorial gives you a list of characteristic features that any tester must possess to become a good tester. And these features, in turn, help a lot in determining the Quality Quotient of a Tester.

Why am I talking ONLY about a Tester? And Why not a Developer or any other role?

I just feel that all the work involved in SDLC in delivering a software is quite simple when compared to the responsibility of a Tester. 

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5 Major Sins of Working With Testers and Developer

Working With Testers and Developer

Working as a tester in a big corporation was probably the best thing that happened to me in my career. I can’t stress enough how lucky I am for doing the most enjoyable work in the world.

On the one hand, it is challenging and it requires a constant gain of knowledge (which btw, I think is a huge asset).

On the other, you are the first person in the world to hold in your own hands the new technologies and prototypes that reach the mass population in the future. Not to mention, the popular idea that people pay you to “break stuff” and the more annoying you are, the better. 

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How Should Testers Handle Boredom?

How Should Testers Handle Boredom

I was asked this question in an interview recently- “What would you do when work gets monotonous and boring?”

Here is what I said, “Fortunately that has never happened to me and I love being a QA. When things get repetitive, I like to ‘mix things up’. I would document if execution bored me, I would execute if documentation got tedious, I would explore when everything else seemed bleak.

Also, targets and deadlines keep me motivated and a simple ‘do what needs to be done’ attitude is what keeps me going.” 

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