Hello Friends, i need a very real advice. I have a diploma in computer science and i wish to pursue my career as a software tester. I was thinking if i have my ISEB foundation and intermediate and at…Continue
"I think I support Naveed saleem's comment .It really makes load of sense..because there are some projects that you just have to do some of maual ..But as for efficiency? For me Autmation will still be preferable ...It's a two way thing ."
"Take up a voluntry role, convince the employer that I can show my testing skills with no pay or little pay. When I started my career in New Zealand,thats how I started, the employer gave me a website to test, I have done Session Based…"
"Well, at our company, we use Bugzilla, which takes about 10 minutes to learn, and we have an internal work request management system, and a wiki. I'm more interested in a passion for quality, a passion for making clients happy, and an…"
"I don't know how long you've been this field, Joe, nor do I know what companies you've worked for that values highly trained software test professionals. All I know is that the trend I'm seeing is management, in its quest to meet…"
"I don't think you can on a CV. Saying you have certification certainly doesn't prove it. Certification programs don't teach you how to look for bugs. They teach you to memorise definitions of words.
I would use the cover letter to…"
"By getting the certificate, you are "verifying" the certificate-giver as correct, or valuable, or helpful, or some other definition of good.
I've been trying to put into words why I said to think carefully before getting…"
"well, you could look at it in two ways.
If the person pursues a bogus certification that they know is bogus in order to mis-represent themselves and get a better-paying job as an "expert", well, yes, that's an integrity problem.
I agree with the above but would like at your reply in a bit more detail.
"If they are, in fact, not good, and simply trading money for a fake certificate that improves your employment chances, and you get the certification, you are…"