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Today is Earth Day! How We Testers Can “Go Green” to Celebrate It?

Hello Folks! It is ‘that’ day of the year again. April 22nd, the Earth Day. See more about it here and here.

I am sure as individuals we have an eternal gratitude towards the great gift this planet has given us – the gift of life, nature and our human intellect. I am sure each one of us is doing our bit to preserve the sanctity of it. Kudos for that!

Now, around this time, all we hear is “Go Green”. The signs, boards, ads, kid’s crafts, TV shows – everything is all about going green and the Continue reading →

Mind Mapping in Software Testing – Ways to Make Testing More Fun!

As all of us know, a visual aid is more powerful than any other mode of learning. This has been proven many times that people will remember creative visual aid sharply than learning things traditionally.

Usually, we have seen people explaining presentations by chalking the lines, circles, and squares on boards or through PowerPoint point slides.


But have we ever thought to represent it in a more creative way? Have we ever thought to make it still more colourful? Continue reading →

Best software testing articles of 2008

The year 2008 was very productive for software testing help in terms of new subscribers and site traffic. We covered many interesting and (I hope) helpful articles in this year.

Here is the recap of some popular posts from the year 2008. I know it’s very difficult to select few posts to show here. Still, these are some most popular posts, in random order, you can enjoy. Don’t forget to bookmark this page :-) Continue reading →

What is your job profile in software testing? [POLL]

To make softwaretestinghelp.com a better and all-in-one place for software testing professionals, here I am conducting a quick readers poll. Basically I am starting a series of such polls to know more about our readers and their requirements.

Such ‘readers poll’ post series will help me to plan my future articles. So don’t forget to make your vote count.

To start with, here is our first poll question:

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