Posted In — Web Testing
The title says it all. Today’s article is going to be an all round, “How-to” on testing Retail banking system. Come on along.
Introduction to Retail Banking:
It refers to the banking that executes direct transactions with consumers/customers rather than corporations / companies or other banks. Continue reading →
Posted In — How to be a good tester, Testing best practices, Testing Skill Improvement
A brainstorming session with the team is always a learning experience.
This time, we had a different idea. We divided the team into two groups and decided to ask questions to each other for a common product – Phone. The only restriction was the questions should be limited to testing of the phone.
And the session ended with interesting unanswered questions and some better ideas to test the phone. Continue reading →
Posted In — Testing Concepts
What is Point of Sale (POS)?
POS alias Point of Sale is a place where transactions take place. You can see POS systems in Retail Stores, Restaurants, Hospitals and almost everywhere these days where payments are involved.
Most of you may very well understand what a barcode reader is or a wireless payment device is (the most used devices for payment transactions) but POS, in reality, involves a lot of components and each of the components needs to be integrated well for it to run successfully. Continue reading →
Posted In — QA team skills, Soft skills for testers
Presenting your knowledge, experience or simply sharing useful information is neither an art nor magic.
It is a skill developed through practice and lots of exposure to a real-time audience.
It is not the slides or the data that you present, but your idea has to reach through to the audience. It should not just help them understand, it must compel them to implement the process or idea and see its value. Continue reading →
Posted In — Basics of Software testing, Career in Software Testing
Software Testing or QA is the best platform for newcomers to enter into IT industry despite the misconceptions that it is a lesser or lower paid job.
The most important skill that a tester needs is the ability to find bugs. And, if you are the sort of person who loves finding bugs, then you are going to love and grow in this field.
Having said that, there are few more skills that can help you find bugs and work with QA processes better. Continue reading →
Posted In — Testing best practices, Testing Life cycle, Testing Methodologies
When I started my career as a QA, I was working with a company that offered its products as SaaS. Production releases were critical and there was a possibility of affecting the functionality for the live clients.
As our client base grew, to manage the risk and minimize the impact of the release to live clients, QA team adopted the post-release testing practice.
This was all new to me and I had so many questions and doubts in my mind: Continue reading →