I do quality assurance lead work on medium scale ERP implementation projects, relatively complex and 1-2 years long. Most of what I do is helping clients create their testing strategy, plan test events, gather results, train and manage testers, etc... I do very little actual testing. I've taken some courses on quality assurance (for example, ISTQB), however I find most of the information is specific to greenfield software development; I struggle to find anything specific to ERP implementations, which are a different animal entirely. There are some concept similarities, but I've had to build my own system for what I do.
I'm always keen to sharpen my skills, but the well is pretty dry here. Am I alone in this? Is anyone else looking for this type of information? I can find a few blogs here and there, but nothing substantive.
What do you think are the Top 5 challenges of performing testing of APIs, I am referring only to only functional testing. I have generally come across many folks who are very good from app and business understanding but are not sure how to perform functional testing on APIs, what other reasons do you think exist as challenges to API tesing.
Looking for recommendations for a testing tool that we can use to test our documents. Looking to test the document content, validate that the correct clauses are reflecting, the correct data is outputted, and that the layout is correct.
Currently we do weekley bug review with all devs and QA in which we review impacted areas and root cause of the bug also what we had done to stop this bug from happening.
I know its good to have this discussion but we still have lots of bugs in backlog as well. And i need suggestion what's other good practise i can introduce .
I know we can do defect triage meeting to discuss all the bugs which has been raised. Are there any other process which i can follow.
Hi! I am currently working as a QAE intern, and if I do pursue this for full time, what would m career path look like? This is my first ever job and I am confused whether it's the right path for me, so I am looking for any advice on this!