Vocational Psychology is a field in which when selecting the right job for a person, psychologists 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.
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 […]
Choose your 2015 QA Intelligence blog champion! It has been a great year of blog posts and we are happy you liked, re-tweeted and shared them. Our top blog had more than 250 sharing! To say thanks we would like to give back with a fun winter giveaway! All you need to do is choose your favorite post […]
Are you familiar with”Inside the Actors Studio“? In his program James Lipton always asks his guest Bernard Pivot’s 10 Questions to help the audience get a more personal perspective of the Actor. Out of these questions (one of which is the title of this blog post), the following two questions are the ones that always resonate with […]
So often we are defined by our jobs, what we “do” becomes who we “are”. In the best case scenario we enjoy what we do, it suits our capabilities and fulfills our life style demands. As mentioned previously in this blog, testing as not only a job, but also a field of work that attracts […]