I’m pav from India, a wanna be CA now a QA (just the difference of a letter eh!). My university degree seemed futile since I realised that I was not cut out to become a chartered accountant. Also, my degree was in banking and I had not joined the race to become an engineer (India and the infamous engineering degree).
My brother was a tester and he encouraged me to apply for a testing role and then magic happened. Software tester in BFSI industry, my degree finally paid off.
Have been testing for over 6 years now and I’m known for exploring edge case/negative scenarios, and it has helped me in identifying some costly bugs. I specialise in testing corporate and retail banking systems and thus I have dubbed certain bugs as costly. In fact my degree in banking has been instrumental in every step.
I hope to learn and gain insights on latest trends in testing here and also interact with the friendly community.
I test, therefore I am,