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Coding: Why This is a Necessity for Testers

Coding: Why This is a Necessity for Testers

QA articles
Are you working as a Quality Assurance Tester? If your answer is yes, then you most probably know the basic skills that a tester should have. One of these is Coding. As automation testing takes on a more prominent role when it comes to QA efforts, a lot of experts made declarations that being great at coding will become a necessary requirement for people who will be involved in software testing. However, some developers and quality assurance testers debate whether building software requires team effort or not. Also, each team member has their own skills and responsibility to make contributions to the project. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7ZmPYaXoic Is Automation Important? Automation is somewhat essential in one way or another. Most especially when it comes to load testing, ...
A Survival Guide for Testers

A Survival Guide for Testers

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In the life of every QA Tester, a day comes when they will join a new project, team, or a completely new company. QA tester is not just a random clicker for test situations. The testers' work is much more critical. They start with the quality of the project as a whole. From creating, specifications, surviving design processes to deliver the finished software. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H0sHvhWXav4 Here listed below are some guides for testers, especially for a beginner: Acquaintance with fellow Testers The first meeting is always aimed at introducing you to the project. Make sure to attends the meetings for you to familiarize everything.  Know each person you are working on with. Make a good impression. “The first impression lasts", so try to be as approachable a possible. A g
Testing United 2019

Testing United 2019

QA Conferences
  Testing United 2019 is a conference aimed at all levels of testers, test leads, test managers, test consultants. Likewise, IT employees that come in daily contact with testing teams. The conference unites experts from the extended central Europe region and thus expands on this idea by periodically rotating the venue between Vienna, Prague, and Bratislava. This is an excellent opportunity for us. Moreover, the benefits we can get out of this conference, aside from first-class tickets, is more business opportunities. Also, we will be learning from the speakers who will be sharing their experiences and ideas with us, the conference participants. Conference Details Vienna, Austria is this year’s host city and will welcome participants on 7 and 8 November 2019. The Testing Un