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In this article, our Synapse Rahul condenses all his thoughts and learnings from participating in Testing Contests. This post provides an overview of his thoughts on Testing Contests using the 5W 1H (What, Where, Who, Why, When, and How) approach.
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.
Bugs in programming languages? We may not have thought about it deeply. Our Synapse Balaji, shares about his learning experience about bugs in programming languages and how it could help testers.
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.
“Do testers read research papers?” And “if yes, what type of research papers do they read?” “Why do they think it is important?” “why doesn't someone think it as important”, this article is based on few observations based on the responses of a LinkedIn post about testing and research papers.
"Everyone knows better than me", "There may be tons of articles written on the same topic", "Will people read my article if I also write about the same".. Questions like these lead to writer's block. This article is a brief explanation on how I overcome writers block and those fears.