Brian is a Senior QA Engineer with over 15 years of broad experience to draw on as a regular blog contributor for TestLodge. Starting with a Bachelor’s degree in Information Networking and Telecommunications, he has worked on software teams for well-known companies in multiple industries, including Garmin, Commerce Bank, Cox Automotive, and his current employer, CBS Interactive. He has spent time in Taiwan coordinating the testing of an Android handset for Garmin and Asus, and is currently automating testing of multiple websites, developing test plans, identifying and tracking down defect root causes, as part of his testing responsibilities. Brian has also been involved in a mobile app startup developing test processes and is experienced with the automation of website testing.
Software testers need to exercise creativity if they are to perform at a high level, but how, as QA is not part of the creative process like design or coding? This post shows how software testers can bring creativity into their work.
Approaching QA as a problem solver helps you to narrow down the search and find bugs more quickly. Learning to filter out areas where the bug cannot be, lets you focus your time and attention on you will find your bug.