Jeremy replied to the topic How do you feel about how testing is viewed in the software industry today? in the forum Software Testing Discussions 2 years, 3 months ago
I have found the developer respect for testers is not constant from region to region, even within a single country. When I moved companies and from one big city to another, I found that the respect changed. The large tech city I came from understood what testers did and what their worth was. The city I moved to had a large development startup…[Read more]
Jeremy replied to the topic Does anyone have experience of testing in distributed teams? in the forum Software Testing Discussions 2 years, 3 months ago
Great question, and thank you for giving a bit more to answer on.
Regarding pointers, inspiration, and lessons learned – I would have to say that strong planning and open communication between teams will be crucial for not doubling the testing. Flexibility in approach will help keep frustration down.
This would involve looking at all the special…[Read more]
I’ve used it and it compares to HipChat and the others that Jesper mentioned. It integrates well into Jenkins, TeamCity, JIRA, and I’m sure others that I have not worked with. It improved communication in on one of the projects I worked on, which then helped with overall productivity and collaboration on that project. So, in short, I would…[Read more]
Jeremy replied to the topic What is best tool to start with Automation testing? in the forum Software Testing Discussions 2 years, 5 months ago
Interesting discussion, but the question is very broad. If talking about the best test tool to start Automation testing…
in your QA group?
coming from a manual tester stand point to learn automation testing
with some, or more, programming experience?
with no programming experience?
coming from a development standpoint?
Those given are some qualities that can be seen in many bad testers.
Some additional qualities of a bad tester that I have encountered are
1. The one that cannot think beyond:
The written test
The acceptance criteria
The immediate work
What the Developer/PO/PM told them to expect
2. The one that cannot extrapolate from incomplete…[Read more]