Performing the software testing activities requires different skills and in larger organizations, members of a software quality assurance (QA) teams will be specialists in certain domains. This article discusses the different roles of members of a software QA team.
In the software testing areas, it seems that just about anyone can learn how to code and use test automation tools. Even better is that codeless solutions are continually lowering the barrier of entry into the software automated testing field.
Data science and test automation are two areas of software development where demand is high for qualified engineers. Both domains require a very similar set of skills. This article examines which field could be the best for a young software engineer career.
The problem of occupational burnout among people due to the lack of interest in the tasks assigned or the unevenness of the assigned load has been extremely acute these days. And the field of software testing and software quality assurance is not an exception for this issue. This article proposes some practical tips on how QA engineers and software testers can deal with burnout.
Software testing seems like an easy job to many people thinking that some little theoretical knowledge will be enough to be good software testers. In this article, Nataliia Syvynska explains that you need more than this to test software efficiently.
In this era where everything is going digital, job roles are evolving too. There are new functions going online, more apps being developed for different tasks and for leisure. Technology is evolving at a pace faster than ever. With this, role of QA is evolving too.
You might think that the role of a software quality assurance engineer is just to test the applications before they are delivered to the customer. In this article, Oleksandra Melnikova shows us however that QA people have much more to offer to software development teams.