I don’t know you, but if you are in software testing for a period of time and long enough to suffer the stagnation.
It’s not that you are not doing your good job as a tester. It’s a feeling that you don’t feel the motivation to do the job better, to bring yourself to the next level or you simply don’t want to try anything new.… Continue reading
Note: This is a guest post from Shrutika. Shrutika is a Digital Marketing Executive at The Test Tribe, Asia’s largest software testing community.
As a tester, have you ever felt like you’re not good enough, despite your achievements and recognition?
Well, you’re not alone!… Continue reading
As software testing industry keeps changing every day, like any other industries, we all know that doing our best job is not enough to keep up with the change. We need to understand our industry, the market, the trend or how the other testers/testing companies in the world are doing their testing.… Continue reading
Note: This is a guest post from Maria Harts – Functionize
Manual software testing has a lot of disadvantages that create bottlenecks in the development process. The life cycle of software under development lasts significantly longer when manual testing processes are implemented.… Continue reading
If you’re in software testing, you should be familiar with or at least heard people mentioning “test case design”. The reason it’s so so common is simply because it’s one of the most important activities in software testing. It’s a “make or break” for the quality of your testing.… Continue reading
Note: This is a guest post from my dear friend, Hien Nguyen – Senior Software Development Engineer In Test at Slync.io
I assume that you have been working in the software testing field as SDET, Automation Engineer, Test Engineer, QA Engineer, or similar role.… Continue reading
If you are in software testing, you may realize that one of the best complaints from testers is that “I don’t have enough time to test”.
I don’t blame you or anyone. This is understandable.
We are living era where we feel like we don’t have enough time to do anything.… Continue reading
Yes, you read it right.
Work harder, not smarter? This sounds counter-intuitive considering there are tons of sound advice out there recommending us to work smarter, not harder.
While I see the point of working smarter, I do see people under-estimate the value of “working harder”.… Continue reading
It entirely depends on the context, type of testings, the SDLC you’re doing or even what you mean by “software testing”. Anyway, “it depends” doesn’t seem the answer you’re looking for, so here are few ideas to when you have software testing started.… Continue reading
In the last couple of weeks, I started to screen CV for a software tester position in my team. Interviewing/screening CV is not new to me. I have done that for several years and I can’t remember how many CVs I reviewed.… Continue reading