Many testers ask what is the best path to become great at testing, and I am not sure there is one path to follow for this. Testing is more complex than this, and so it requires the correct skills and abilities to be able so succeed. Sorry folks, there is no secret recipe, but on […]
We won’t keep you in suspense any longer – The 2017 State of Testing survey is live! and will remain open throughout January. The largest worldwide testing survey is hosted annually on this QA Intelligence Blog and in collaboration with TeaTime with Testers magazine. The Survey is the best way to influence the global testing community and help expose the top […]
Not a new year’s resolutions list One of the many seasonal traditions is looking back at the past year at what we have achieved personally and professionally. So it is to be expected that this blog do some retrospective as well. In the past year the amount of blog subscribers has doubled, we have hosted […]
What does Messi’s hair, a megaphone, getting fired, and repositioning your desk have in common…? If I got your attention come on in and read this blog post 🙂
Vocational Psychology is a field in which when selecting the right job for a person, psychologist’s search for a match between a person’s personality and the job requirements. There are a number of additional factors such as the required skills, abilities, work environment, person’s family conditions and many more. In the Testing Community […]
Do you have a hard time concentrating on your testing task with all the noise in your office or workspace? I am sharing here how a short meditation before testing is helping me to test better and to concentrate on my testing tasks.