A common problem to many tester is their inability to say NO even when they need to. Learning when to say NO and how to approach the difficulties of being asked to do something you don’t agree with professionally is one of the biggest challenges of any QA Engineer.
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It is important for developers to take responsibility for end-to-end testing tasks once in a while. It helps them to understand what matters to us when we do our job, and maybe even more importantly it teaches them to do their jobs better.
Each of us has a specific atmosphere / way / routine that helps us test better. If you want to be good tester you should figure out how to enter your Testing Zone.
If you are going to write-down just one (more) test case, what would that test be? Will you write a very descriptive (and deep down) test for the most risky component/screen in your application? Or would you write an end-to-end sanity/smoke test that goes over 80% of your system? This is a question to ask […]
A good tester needs to be able to look at his application with different perspective points and “in a new light” in order to find as much as the bugs in the system as he can. Here are some tips on how to gain perspective during our testing tasks.
Many times when I need to write a new Test Case, run an Exploratory Testing task, or even write a new post for this site, there is a moment when we think I’m done, but deep inside I feel that I might have missed something important. At these times I usually do a break and […]