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No matter how many times you have gone through it, interviews are always nerve-racking and gruelling. The feeling of being interviewed can still make us feel nervous! I am not an expert in this topic of interview coaching, but since many were reaching out for tips to crack interviews, I thought of sharing my failure stories and learnings along with tips crack interviews.
The power of a leader does not lie in making great speeches and being perceived as unapproachable; it lies in his/her ability to relate to people's problems and motivate them to find solutions. With this article Vijeta describes her expectations from an effective team leader.
I was appointed to manage the release while in the other hand it has been a very long time I never done that. I wasn't aware until near the D-day whereby I should start keep on track on what I'm doing, I didn't realize it has so many stuffs inside with lots of branches. Then,... Continue Reading →
When I was first being introduced to the Software Testing industry, my knowledge is only limited to the ISTQB Syllabus. During that time I had no job experience related to software testing at all and only acquired a few of the certifications. But one of the topics in the syllabus that caught my interest in... Continue Reading →
In all the years working as QA with multiple software development teams, I have seen how good communication between team members impact the success of a project or deliverables. Regardless of what the size of your team, following are few practices to have good communication. Communicate the idea, discuss and decide together How many times... Continue Reading →
Women in Tech Do you want to increase the culture of software quality in your team, QA's? Following are the 3 tips to achieve that: 1 - Have a base to talk to the dev team. You need to give confidence so that they trust you, and you can't win it by talking about technologies, rules, needs of... Continue Reading →