Learning to Test Wirelessly

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Summary:

The beginning of my adventure in learning to test wirelessly was accepting the task of building a software test department in a Campbell start-up company. Setting up the test department infrastructure and instigating a review process for design and test documents happened in parallel with analyzing the wireless test requirements and doing the testing. Testing without the infrastructure already in place contributed to some of the process problems that we encountered.

The beginning of my adventure in learning to test wirelessly was accepting the task of building a software test department in a Campbell start-up company. Setting up the test department infrastructure and instigating a review process for design and test documents happened in parallel with analyzing the wireless test requirements and doing the testing. Testing without the infrastructure already in place contributed to some of the process problems that we encountered.

About the author

Geraldine Conley's picture Geraldine Conley

Geraldine Conley has worked in the computer field since 1965. Conley has played many roles in several companies over the years, including Programmer, IMS DBA, AI Knowledge Engineer, Software Test, and Software QA. Conley is currently a Software QA Manager for a startup. Conley’s education includes; an A.A, B.A., B.S. and she has completed the USCS extension course certificate in Software QA.

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