Our 'QA Career' articles
Certifications, networking, and an online presence... these are a few tips for how to get your first job as a software tester.
Are you a T-shaped Software Tester or do you have what it takes to be one? Here, we list the main skills needed for you to become a T-Shaped Tester.
How can I write a better software tester resume to improve my chance of being invited to interview? Read below for strong advice and practical guidance.
There are many different ways to hire QA testers.. from conferences, to online job postings, to connecting on social media.
When you have been an entry-level tester for a while, you will probably start wondering what comes next. This post brings offers some ideas and suggestions for you to think about.
Software testing can get a little tedious at times. Keeping yourself motivated through professional development can keep you sharp, engaged and help you earn more in the long run.
Are you looking to start a career as a software tester? We look at five different skills that will be valuable to any testing role to help you get started in your QA testing career.
Do you have one-to-one meetings at work? Perhaps you’ve tried them but ended up considering them ineffective, here's our tips to make them work for you.
Characteristics of a good software tester include being creative, technical, curious, a strong communicator, and a team player.
Full-time office worker or QA freelancer? We look at 5 key differences, benefits and drawbacks between freelancing and permanent software testing jobs.