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Is it possible to become a software tester after age 30?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Young-In Ham Jan 5. 4 Replies

A lot of my friends who are 30-35 years old want to become a software testers. Ther are ready for self-education and seld-development. Do you have or know something about such an experience? Continue

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Jun 29
QATestLab posted a blog post

Live Webinar: Testing without specification is possible!

QATestLab launches summer series of webinars. The first one “7 tips to have software tested without specification” proves the possibility to test without specs. Follow our tips to have it smooth.The launch of “time-to-market” product is often bound with time pressure, that causes lack of specification and requirements. No doubt, that product quality should be verified. But it doesn’t mean that you have to postpone the product launch to elaborate the documents. Following simple tips and…See More
Jun 22
QATestLab posted a blog post

Quick guide to selecting a QA and testing vendor

By 2029 the share of testing in terms of software development project will reach 40% from current 31%. There is no question whether to test or not. The question is what provider to select and how.The guide makes a dive into the independent QA and testing service market - the preconditions and ground of its emergence, trends and…See More
Jun 15
QATestLab posted a blog post

What does testing on virtual machines hide?

Using virtual machines (VM) during software testing saves time and money. VM emulates real personal computers, programs and devices. The emulation programs and its OS are called virtual machine and the main OS and physical computer – host system. Any application or operating system on virtual machine works as if it was installed on real computer.The usage of VM is rather cost-effective. It enables the specialists to perform different types of testing, e.g., …See More
May 31
QATestLab posted a blog post

How has Virtual Reality changed game testing?

Several years ago VR (Virtual Reality) has blown up the entertainment market and now it is considered to be one of the most perspective fields of the progress. From the start, it seemed to be something very far and unattainable, but indeed we were wrong. Many companies produce their own VR sets, many developers create applications and games with a focus on VR. It is really impressive.As development of VR games expands, the testing becomes more required as well. And testing of VR products…See More
May 19
QATestLab posted a blog post

Central and Eastern European QA Outsourcing

I recommend you to read "Central and Eastern European QA Outsourcing". It is a research about QA Outsourcing from Eastern Europe and there are many interesting facts.CEE QA companies have pretty fair rates and wide services range. Cloud, security and automation testing are in major trends now. Really interesting information.The…See More
Apr 7
Anand Singh commented on QATestLab's blog post How are Unfixed Defects Usually Marked?
"In functional testing services, there are different ways to handle an unfixed defect. The unfixed bugs categorization is defined below: 1. It may be possible that the defect reported by qa services is as per product specifications or designed…"
Mar 24
Anand Singh commented on QATestLab's blog post What Is Software Development Cycle?
"SDLC, Software Development Life Cycle is a process to design, develop and test high quality softwares. It is basically a Software development process. It is a framework in which tasks are defined for each step in the entire development…"
Mar 22
Anand Singh commented on QATestLab's blog post Software Testing as a Judicial Trial
"Hi , We may say that testing somehow resembles a judicial trial. Seemingly, what is common between software testing and a judicial trial? The presence of evidences – this is what. But for each of these fields of activity, the evidences have…"
Jan 16
Young-In Ham replied to QATestLab's discussion Is it possible to become a software tester after age 30?
"Yes. Of course it is possible.I am a 34 year old male, and I am working as SW QA.I do not think age is important."
Jan 5
Kevin Martin replied to QATestLab's discussion Is it possible to become a software tester after age 30?
"Yes this is possible. I have seen many employees who started their career as a software tester after the age of 30-32 years. You just need to be enthusiastic to learn about software testing."
Dec 21, 2016
Anurag Khode replied to QATestLab's discussion Is it possible to become a software tester after age 30?
"You are right Gordon. Age is not the prerequisite to start working as a Software Tester"
Dec 6, 2016
Gordon Carmichael replied to QATestLab's discussion Is it possible to become a software tester after age 30?
"Yes this is possible. I started working as a software tester aged 32. Applied just as you would for any other job. Age should not be an issue when applying for a job these days. Hence why it is no longer a requirement to include your age or date of…"
Dec 2, 2016
QATestLab posted a discussion

Is it possible to become a software tester after age 30?

A lot of my friends who are 30-35 years old want to become a software testers. Ther are ready for self-education and seld-development. Do you have or know something about such an experience? See More
Dec 2, 2016
Anand Singh commented on QATestLab's blog post What Is User Experience Testing?
"The exact definition, as outlined by the International Organization for Standardization, is a “person’s perceptions and responses resulting from the use and or anticipated use of a product, system or service.” Or, more simply,…"
Nov 25, 2016
Anand Singh commented on QATestLab's blog post What Information Should a Good Error Report Contain?
"When it comes to quality assurance, test engineer should primarily focus on the presentability of the defect which is directly proportional to how dev team will priortize the defect. A bug report should contain a lot of information, the more you…"
Nov 3, 2016

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Live Webinar: Testing without specification is possible!

Posted on June 22, 2017 at 3:30pm 0 Comments

QATestLab launches summer series of webinars. The first one “7 tips to have software tested without specification” proves the possibility to test without specs. Follow our tips to have it smooth.

The launch of “time-to-market” product is often bound with time pressure, that causes lack of specification and requirements. No doubt, that product quality should be verified. But it doesn’t mean that you have to postpone the product launch to…

Continue

Quick guide to selecting a QA and testing vendor

Posted on June 15, 2017 at 7:14pm 0 Comments

By 2029 the share of testing in terms of software development project will reach 40% from current 31%. There is no question whether to test or not. The question is what provider to select and how.

The guide makes a dive into the independent QA and testing service market - the preconditions and ground of…

Continue

What does testing on virtual machines hide?

Posted on May 31, 2017 at 7:00pm 0 Comments

Using virtual machines (VM) during software testing saves time and money. VM emulates real personal computers, programs and devices. The emulation programs and its OS are called virtual machine and the main OS and physical computer – host system. Any application or operating system on virtual machine works as if it was installed on real computer.

The usage of VM is rather cost-effective. It enables the specialists to perform different types of testing, e.g., …

Continue

How has Virtual Reality changed game testing?

Posted on May 19, 2017 at 7:30pm 0 Comments

Several years ago VR (Virtual Reality) has blown up the entertainment market and now it is considered to be one of the most perspective fields of the progress. From the start, it seemed to be something very far and unattainable, but indeed we were wrong. Many companies produce their own VR sets, many developers create applications and games with a focus on VR. It is really impressive.

As development of VR games expands, the testing becomes more required as well. And…

Continue

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At 8:05pm on May 19, 2015, Bruno Serra said…

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How is everything with you,I picked interest on you after going through your short profile,I have something very vital to disclose to you,but I found it difficult to express myself here,since it's a public site.Could you please get back to me on(brunoserra1964@gmail.com)for the full details.

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At 11:04pm on September 24, 2011, naveen said…

sir could you tell me that how field testing for mobile application is performed.could you explain it for me in detail.i will be thankful to you.

or something new about mobile application that can be helpful for research purpose.

 
 
 

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