So what can you do differently in 2016? Our job as testers has a rhythm to it, we work in cycles much as the seasons of the year. Sometimes it’s a long process from start to finish and other times it’s quick agile sprint or even short check following a CI build. In any case it’s […]
There is no-one-right-way of on-boarding a tester or any other type of employee with experience into your team. Big companies and smaller companies will tend to do this completely differently and the jury is still out on whether one is right and the other is wrong. But there are keys to helping your new employees […]
Next time you give a progress report think about what is the important information you want to communicate to your project team. Here is a list of examples of things we usually forget to add to our reports…
Decision Driven Test Management is one of the approach taken by many experienced QA Managers even without noticing it. In today’s environment, when projects are short and the need for good decision making is even higher you can increase the value of your testing by applying the following tips and steps that will help you […]
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Sometimes a blog posts really hits a nerve. When Joel’s whimsical blog post: “Letter to a starting tester” got a staggering amount of comments, reactions, tweets and shares, it was obvious he had stumbled upon something of interest, that should be explored further. To shortly recap, the blog post was a personal letter PractiTest‘s solution architect Joel Montvelisky […]