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  • Business cards are dead

    Yeah, I'm equally surprised to get to know this. It will be quite disheartening to learn that business cards were no longer useful - A sad story!I was at TESTCON 2019 Bangalore on Test Automation. It was a premium software testing conference organised by Clavent Technologies.Many CEO's, entrepreneurs, limelight testers across the globe volunteered to confer with budding testers. Testers from various organizations like Accenture, Microsoft, Hotstar, Techmahindra, Comcast India, CSS Crop, GE, Qapitol QA, Matryxsoft Tech, WinVinaya Infosystems, Taqanal Energy, Xebia, Author Renu, Moolya Testing & AppAchhi spoke so well at the conference. It was indeed a great conference. I was very happy to confer with interesting people post conference during break time, as well. That's when I got introduced myself to participants who attended the conference. Luckily I had carried my business card so I gave it to couple of participants who attended the conference. It was all good until I saw my own business card in the dustbin :(I always love carrying business cards in my wallet. Needless to say it was an amazingly designed business card. I was told that business cards are essential tool for marketing. If so, then why it was not noticed? was it so ugly? to get thrown in dustbin?Why my business card failed to grab attention? It definitely informs others who am I? What do I do? How I can be of help? How can someone contact me? I was pondering why there is no life in printed paper cards? Just[…]

    16.08.2019 | 11:41 קרא עוד...
  • bootstrapMigrationFun

    listeningTo: Seduction by Eminem inRealLife: I spent the last week in Florida visiting my grandma down there. It was HOT, and spending that much time with family is always tense and thoroughly exhausting. I did have a really fun day in Universal wandering around Diagon Alley and basically living 10-year-old Amanda’s dream (yes, I bought an overpriced wand to interact with things around the park with all the 6 year olds). Also we took her to a drag show and I’m pretty sure she had way more fun than she ever had in her life. (Looking at you, Ru!) I’m glad to be back, but, also, have a lot of stuff to catch up on. So it goes. whatIReadThisWeek: I’m been studying the very exciting technical documentation on Bootstrap 4. I also read through Cassandra Leung‘s MoT Power Hour on the MoT Club – she was answering questions about using personas for testing. I plan on writing more about this in my next post because I found a lot of her responses to be very interesting and thought provoking. The link to the thread is here, but I think you need to be a member of The Club to see. I also reread The Picture of Dorian Gray by Oscar Wilde on the beach this week, and am about 70% into Dark Age by Pierce Brown. Neither books are very light fun beach reading, then again, neither is technical documentation so, it is what it is. whatILearnedThisWeek: We are working[…]

    16.08.2019 | 6:11 קרא עוד...
  • Reflections on CAST 2019

    For the last 3 days I’ve been in Cocoa Beach in (mostly) sunny Florida for CAST 2019. Cloudiness and a bit of rain helps me to feel at home to be fair. This was my first CAST, so I was excited to arrive, the line up looked great plus there were a bunch of friends I wanted to catch up with. Sessions attended… Over the two days I attended: Charity Majors – Observability and Complex Systems – Charity was great, strong opinions about observability being a first class concern and its ability to make your work more humane in the face of complexity resonated with me. Combining observability and exploration seems to me to be a powerful direction for testers to take. Plus adding an extra lens to your test automation so, green builds will yield more information. I will be researching even deeper into this area when I get home. João Proença – Being a Tester After Trying Almost Everything Else – I loved this description of his journey. Into testing, out again and back by a different route, with equal amounts of serendipity and following his passions. Careers are not straight lines, as much as we might fool ourselves into that belief. More talks like this please. Trisha Chetani – Creating Test Stability to Create Continuous Delivery – Trisha talk was a story of a team transforming their test automation which then transformed their whole team ways of working. The changes made were phenomenal, Trisha should be very[…]

    16.08.2019 | 4:46 קרא עוד...


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