Technical advances happen every day and a test professional must adapt to it every day. But having a strong technical foundation only addresses half the challenge. Software testing is a Socio-technical undertaking. This means that effective test strategies must incorporate a balance if technical and social (communication and problem solving) capabilities. Continue reading Is being “technical” enough to be a Quality Assurance professional?
I often hear statements that manual testing is running out of gas and very soon the industry will not need manual testers and that manual testing is primitive.
I beg to differ. Continue reading Is manual testing running out of gas?
How you format and layout the content of your résumé is just as important as the actual content. It has to be easy for someone to quickly scan over and pick out the most important pieces of your résumé. Continue reading This is what a PERFECT résumé looks like
Writing your CV? or revamping it? Here are a list of things that you should not include! Continue reading Résumé killers! What NOT to put on your résumé
Do you know the difference of a Bug vs Defect? There is a significant difference and different ways to deal with them. Continue reading Flavours of bugs and how to action it.
These are websites you can go to and with a few clicks get connected to a remote browser of your choice to manually test local or remote sites. Sauce Labs. If you’re using it for an open source project it’s … Continue reading The best (free) cross bowser testing tools
Quality assurance impacts the user experience: when things don’t work, users question their understanding and develop superstitions and inefficient workarounds. Continue reading Impact of UX on Quality Assurance