This presentation puts the role of the software tester under the microscope and discusses how software testers can learn from the research and work that criminal investigators do today, how to use hard facts, as well as hidden facts, to determine a trustworthy conclusion.
One of the question that is often spotted on software testing forums is “How can I get a job as a software tester if I have no experience?” In this article, Mirza Sisic shares with us some tips on how he managed to achieve his goal of starting a software testing career.
If videos are one of the modern tools for solitary software testing training, podcasts can also play an important role. Audio-only training is useful in a context where the eyes are already busy, when you commute in your car for instance.
As a software tester, inspiration could come from anywhere and everywhere. As we navigate through life, we do so in a way that test the limits of our abilities. Questions I have asked myself in the past are, “Can I make it to work on time if I leave now?”, “What happens if I use baking soda instead of baking powder?”, and on days when I am feeling especially strong, “Can I deadlift 200lbs?”.
We know that successful Agile teams live and breathe by the “Whole Team Quality” principle. But what does it actually mean in practice – and what does it definitely not mean?
As traditional knowledge sharing is no longer an effective way to deliver great software, the presenter has modified the mob programming concept to mob testing to improve the way teams communicate. This innovative approach to software testing allows the whole software development team to share every piece of information early on.
This talk discusses elastic leadership principles in the context of software testing. You will learn how to apply them effectively in your day to day work and how they can help you as a software tester to become more effective, while making others around you more effective as well.