2018 is (almost) done and so I took some time check what I had done during this year… It was a cool and a busy year!
Good testing requires skills, concentration, knowledge, even a bit of luck. I wrote some time back about I always try to work while being in my Testing Zone and I think this is one of the most important ways of improving your testing, especially in this age of open spaces and noisy environments. But just like […]
If your work is somewhat similar to mine, then I am sure your day in the office tends to be frantic, noisy, full of interactions with other people. During your average day you will be involved in between 3 to 6 (sometimes as much as 10) different work subjects or projects. No doubt you will […]
When I was beginning my work as a rookie tester I really had the need for a mentor to help me get started in this journey, especially during some of my moments of doubt. And so, I decided to write here the email I would have sent to myself back when I started testing to […]
Hello Testers of the Free World 🙂 I am still trying to catch my breath after spending the past few weeks in “travel mode”, but I wanted to sit down and share a cool observation from my interaction with a large number of testing teams we visited and some individual testers I talked to from the Meetups we attended. […]
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 […]