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Okay, you’ve been fired, and it was your fault – you were “fired for cause”. Now you’ll need to implement some serious damage control and some creativity to get your career back on track. 1st: Realize you’re not the first person in history to get fired…. Your life will be a little more difficult for a while, but it won’t last forever. Allow yourself a day or two to process the emotions that go along with being fired, then get up and get busy! 2nd: Review why you were fired. 3rd: Assess...

Many career consultants and professional recruiters will advise you that the best way to create job opportunities is to network with your friends, professional contacts, clients or customers, and other people who might be able to offer help and/or information. These consultants also will tell you that the least effective strategy is to wait for the Sunday paper to be thrown onto your driveway, look through the classifieds, and send your resume and cover letter to one or several companies (or P.O. boxes) who advertise job opportunities. They...

When we start our career in software testing, we often get confused about our roles and responsibilities. Even when we get promoted from one role to another it becomes sometimes difficult to understand the new role properly. In this Software Testing Careerpath article I have tried to explain some of the common roles and responsibilities in software testing career. Also this will give you a clear direction on various growth paths available in your software test career. Let’s check some of the common testing roles first: Junior Test...

A fresher essentially is a new graduate who has no work experience in any professional  field. Writing a CV for a fresher can be a big deal, but if you get exact resume tips for freshers, one can easily get the work done. A curriculum vitae is something that reflects you inside out in front of the HR of the company and so you need to be very cautious while writing your bio data. It’s advised that you do not download a sample resume from the web and change it to your own. If you wish to crack the interview then, your CV must be an...

Posted on May 13 2009 - 11:35am by Raj
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The purpose of this article to show you how to write a Software Testing Resume which get the most out of your qualifications.  A good software tester resume format helps you articulate your skills and opens the door for a job interview.  Lets Check the Sample Software Testing Resume below: Always use MS Word/Rich Test Editor to write your resume and a good font would be Verdana 10 or Arial 11. Your Name 1234 Commonwealth Ave Boston, USA-02134 1-234-567-0171 (Home) 1-234-567-0171 (Cell) Youremail@gmail.com Summary: State this clearly...

If it is hard to find a good software developer then it is more difficult to find a good software tester. What does it take to become an excellent professional in software testing? There are certain qualities and attitudes that you must have to become an effective software test person. Here are five qualities that define a good software tester. 1. Attitude Matters: In any kind of effort attitude is always the key to success. Inborn passion for what you do always define their interest and enthusiasm towards their work. Successful...

Posted on Mar 2 2008 - 10:01am by Raj
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What Makes a Good Tester? A good tester performs the following key functions: Verification. A good tester can certify that it is possible to accomplish certain tasks. Detection. A good tester looks for problems that exist, either in the process or the product. ...