Richard replied to the topic How to handle major bug if found very close to release in the forum Software Testing Discussions 1 year ago
Simple. Raise it in the defect tracking system and inform your test / project manager. After that, it’s no longer your problem. It’s the project manager’s job to determine the response. You might decide to advocate for it a little, but ultimately it’s not your decision, it’s theirs. You have to raise it, at the very least for ass coverage. If it…[Read more]
Assuming you mean things that aren’t test-related;
I’m an internal auditor for ISO9001 and ISO27001
I’m a capability lead for Application Security.
I have lead waterfall projects through testing to release.
Short answer: yes. You should learn as many things as possible.
Bit longer answer: Before you can automate a thing, you need to learn the thing. Assuming someone else isn’t just telling you what to automate (in which case I’d argue you’re not a tester), then you have to do non-automated testing first. I don’t think you can – or should – automate…[Read more]