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Wednesday, November 11, 2015 - 2:45pm - 3:45pm
Test & QA

Testing Is the Profession I Chose Prior Year Content

Never underestimate the power of sharing the testing team’s achievements, lessons learned, challenges faced, roadblocks encountered, and the enriching solutions found. Jyothi Rangaiah says as testers we must be ready to nurture the needs of testing and testers in the organizations we serve. Only people, learning every day and questioning the norm, can and will move testing forward. Getting into this learning mode requires awareness of the need to improve. Jyothi discusses the importance of sharing the testing team’s everyday challenges and achievements with all involved. One person who cares for the quality of testing often can change the perception of testing in an organization. The internal corporate social networking site can be a good start to spread awareness and knowledge about testing. To test better, encourage and uphold the ways that are already beneficial. Network with the interested and the influential, and help each other understand the current state of affairs of testing.

1.00 PMI® PDU
Jyothi Rangaiah

Jyothi Rangaiah has been testing to learn and learning to test software since 2005. She is an assistant facilitator at WTANZ, the weekend testing chapter of Australia and New Zealand; the editor of Women Testers; and a rebel by nature against poor practices and misinformed beliefs in testing. Jyothi has written for testing e-magazines and been featured in Testing Circus and Teatime with Testers. A challenge seeker and risk assessor, she currently tests mobile applications and web applications.

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