Agile Views

1.My definition about Agile.

Agile is an unconventional mode of transport to Quality

2. My interpretation about the image.

The Logo represents Agile needs to be done in an open ended way to connect many aspects related to development or Testing. Refactor the frequent changes in agile software development and consider best suited when comparing test approaches.

3. Here is my Agile logo

boopathi-agile-company

30 Day Testing Challenge #19

Challenge #19: Find and use a new tool

Security concerns everywhere!

Started using this tool Nmap

Nmap is an abbreviation for ‘Network Mapper’ – ‘Network’ in an IT sense of the word. You can consider Nmap as being one of the best-known, and in fact, one of the most useful hacking tools out there.It is used for Network and port scanning.

Some of the typical uses:

  • Host discovery
  • Port Scanning
  • Scriptable interaction
  • OS detection

Will need to further dig into and get the most of it. Please get in touch if you are willing to learn with me.

For further details please refer https://nmap.org/

For details about the contest: http://www.ministryoftesting.com/2016/06/30-day-testing-challenge/

Cheers!

Happy Testing!

 

30 Day Testing Challenge #17

Helloooo Im in!

Yes i wanted to do at least few challenges.Here i do.

Challenge #17: Find ans share a quote that inspires you

The Expert in anything was once a beginner”  – Someone

And one more recent funny quote

Every Monday i keep searching for this to confirm the quote.

happiness

 

Cheer!

Happy testing!

 

 

Testing openings- Where they deny i extend

LinkedIn is a professional social media is what people told me when i joined 4 or 5 years back.For me it was a job searching platform to make myself connected to people working in my dream companies.

I had a lot of networking through LinkedIn and my learning have always gone positive through some good people who i love to follow and learn from. Thanks to everyone who has  supported me.

My worry now is i am not able to extend my support to people who ask me for help. So i have one solution for it.

People who ask me about job openings (Freshers and Experienced) it would of great help if you can provide me with these details. I will maintain a separate DB.

FYI i can only share you openings related to testing.

  • Domain: Web/Mobile/Embedded (If it is Embedded i can send you more vacancies what i come across)
  • Experience

Send your details to Geek.boopathi@gmail.com with “Testing jobs” as subject line.

You can also refer these for openings in Testings

As i already shared in my LinkedIn feed the BOSCH link above keeps on updating. Wait for the openings with your skillet.

Note: The opinions expressed here represent my own and not those of my employer.

Dream high with your foot on ground!

Happy Testing!

My next Blog: How I became an INDIAN Tester

Header credit: https://www.canva.com/

 

 

10‘s of Test Summary Report

report

The following are the points that I considered while preparing a Test summary report for Testers Champions League 2016

  1. Cover Purpose of document and Mission in Introduction
  2. Test Details and Test Environment
  3. Test Approach
  4. Feature Analysis
  5. Test plan and Resource Management
  6. Test Entry and Exit Criteria
  7. Bug Report
  8. Test Summary with Deliverables and Statistics
  9. Details of the resources involved in testing the software application
  10. Conclusion

Please add any missed out points in comments.

New year resolution as a Tester

2015 has been really a very good year both personally and professionally. It is very hard to compensate the things that I have learnt and achieved in 2015.

One of the most interesting Quote that I enjoyed reading aloud in 2015.

“The test didn’t fail. The *product* failed. The test *succeeded*.”
-Michael Boltan

My New year resolution as a Tester

  • Learn to become an expert in Testing Activities and Test Management skills
  • Apply better coding skills in Testing
  • Expertise in Bug Advocacy
  • Read at least one Software testing book
  • Attend Meet ups and Network with New people
  • Become a speaker in at least one Software Testing conference/Meetup
  • Motivate others to Learn and Do New things
  • Write Blogs

I’m writing this post originally inspired from

http://qablog.practitest.com/2015/12/new-years-resolutions-testers/