In this webinar, James and Jon Bach share some heuristics so that you can more clearly assess and negotiate your own role on a technical team.
In this webinar, Graham and Phill show you how easy it actually is, as a tester, to learn how to programme. They start with 3 simple steps and show you how to get up and running with Python.
Derk-Jan and Jan Jap explain how we can survive as a tester and what skills and knowledge we need to develop.
The book is part of the series of ‘50 Quick Ideas‘ publications which will help you test your software better, easier and faster.
By learning the basics of Java presented in this book, you ultimately will learn how to read and understand existing code bases, and write simple checks using JUnit quickly.
The main stumbling block to the tester actually learning to code is usually getting started. This eBook provides a practical guide on how to get started with programming.
Having technical skills will certainly help you land the job you want, but if you want to be really good at what you’re doing, you’ll need some extra help, that is where soft skills come to play. What are the soft skills for software testing?
Testers who know how to collaborate and promote cooperation within their team have a real advantage. Find out why.
Often test environments are loosely managed resulting in utilisation conflicts and schedule delays. What tactics or approaches can we use to help team members understand the importance of a well maintained Test environment?
Mind maps can be used in all the test stages from test planning to test case execution. Here Prashant shares how to make the most of mindmaps in testing.