Yeah, also do add any blog links to the bloggers threads are all here Sharing Lounge - The Club
I am working with startup company and they prefer manual testing most of the time.
So I do manual as well as automation testing as per their guidelines and the requirements.
The question now is: What are you going to do about it?
Thank you for the link and the support from you. I have added the blog in that section.
Looking forward to hearing your thoughts.
I’m starting my first course here in the quest to do a bit of a career switch from being an operations analyst in the defense industry to a tester/qa analyst. I’m hoping the courses will help me figure out if it is a good fit for me. And I’m excited to learn!
Welcome @hmac there are plenty of people who changed careers and moved to software testing - I used to be a history student in college and went to art high school. Just tackle one topic at a time while learning, try to apply what you learn and make a long term learning plan.
If you ever have any questions, or want to have a testing discussion, the Club is the right place to be!
Looking to learn more about best practices, building a portfolio, and testing software - automation specifically.
Welcome to MoT @ouronlyplanb !!
You arrived at the perfect place for that!
What kind of automation are you into? / What kind of QA/testing do you do atm?
Hi everyone! Some of you here already know me as one of the EditorBosses for MoT’s Dojo articles.
While I’m primarily an editor and a writer these days, I spent 10-plus years as a fulltime software tester in highly regulated and SaaS environments. Editing articles for the Dojo helps me keep a couple of toes in the testing world. And I get to know some of the good folks here a little bit better, too.
And as many of you know as well, you never stop being a tester… in fact most of us are already “testers” in spirit long before we take our first paid gig doing so.
I have been requested to do this course by management as this is my first testing role ever! I do not possess any background in software but it has always been a passion of mine. Add that to the possibility of helping make software products even better, it definitely is great match for me ! Super excited to be doing this course
Welcome to MoT @rogerbmlsoares !
If you need anything let us know! What did you do before your new testing job?
There are plenty of testers on here with no previous background in software; indeed, I got my current role in part because I didn’t have a traditional IT background, but rather a varied business background which gives me a perspective that my colleague testers don’t have. The strength of the testing community comes from the mix of talents and experiences we all bring to the table.
I was working in Sales! A big change but nevertheless one that is worthwhile
Welcome “back” Elizabeth. Lets not make any bad jokes about how teachers never die.
So true, the good tester in all of us is always there, it just needs a trigger.