UTest 1

I subscribed to UTest. Crowd-sourcing is a nice way of sourcing your test projects. If I want to subscribe it in my test strategies I might as well get acquainted with the concept.

I finished my entry-exam which is an unpaid test cycle in which I had to test a site by using predefined script and perform some exploratory testing. I think it was more error guessing, but hey…I logged the required 4 bugs. The first has been approved.  Exciting

I think its good to keep hands-on involved in testing, even when you are a test manager. I think it also learns you to recognize on bug patterns. That’s something you can take home to the office to the benefit off all… (to be continued…)

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  1. Pingback: UTest 2: Sandbox Graduation | Derk-Jan de Grood

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