So many mis-steps in this I don’t know where to begin! I’ll pick two from one slide:
“Don’t make a false start – check the start criteria” – does anybody EVER get start criteria met these days? Does anybody get thanked for not starting testing until 100% ready? Surely successful testers are pragmatists who start as soon as possible having…[Read more]
1. Learn to code.
It doesn’t matter what language you choose initially, as long as you can get your hands on resources to help you learn, and ideally assistance from a friendly developer for when you get stuck.
If you can give yourself the ability to knock up a quick tool to solve the repetitive tests or troublesome scenarios you need to cover,…[Read more]