Do you think you are valued by your company and colleagues? Is it something you can control and improve? Yes, and there are some tips in this post.
To drive a career in Software Testing, we look for the most valuable skills and knowledge to acquire. Following the ‘T-shaped’ concept can be useful in helping us to make the right choices for our future.
What is a Career Development Plan? Who owns it? How to set the goals you really want? How to discuss the plan with your manager? Find out in this post.
Getting your work results, interests and ideas known by others can boost your career and open new, exciting opportunities. Find out how to increase your visibility.
As a tester it's near impossible to avoid all the discussions and articles about the importance of test automation, but do software testers need to know programming and how to code?
Is Software Testing dead? Definitely not. Is it dying? In some context, yes. Due to the dramatic changes happening in the field, the future of software testing jobs will not remain the same.
Ever wondered how to become one of the top-notch freelancers? Read this to find out how to answer the most common questions and present the best "you" when submitting a freelance job proposal.
Understanding the different software tester job roles and their various responsibilities can be a little overwhelming, especially when looking at new opportunities. In this article, Jon tries to help you to, in the immortal words of Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, ‘know your role’.
A guidance post explaining the wide choice of career paths available in software testing, such as test automation, QA management or consultant.