"Some birds aren't meant to be caged, their feathers are just too bright"- Morgan Freeman, Shawshank Redemption. This blog is from one such bird who couldn't be caged by organizations who mandate scripted software testing. Pradeep Soundararajan welcomes you to this blog and wishes you a good time here and even otherwise.

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Excerpts from participants work - Practical Hands on Software Testing Training

  • Are you curious to look at excerpts of the participants work that we have been consistent in achieving from Hands on Testing Training that I talked about in 2008?
  • Are you aware of the power of young generation?
  • Are you aware of the power of coaching them with better education in software testing?
  • Are you aware of the impact of providing better education in software testing to young generation today is going to be one of the key factors of deciding the future state of software testing?
  • Are you aware you can read more about this?


Read more... and write to us ( isupport [//at//] etifinishingschool.com ) know if you'd like to support this initiative.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

I love to find mistakes... :)
your third question's sentence formation is incorrect.

No Offence...

Pradeep Soundararajan said...

@Anonymous,

Typo corrected however you failed at something.

amagazine said...

My first thoughts after reading the report-
A first time tester writing in a rather disappointing tone that in his first project was not being able to find "Performance", "Scalability" and "Security" specific bugs is definitely what i would call as "Paradigm Shift" in the way Software testing has been historically perceived. This shift was necessary and i am glad to see it happening.
I could sense the honesty in the people who wrote the "Excerpts". According to me, being honest in approach in itself is very important when learning somethine new. Apart from successfully learning Software testing via experiential learning, i think achieving "Honesty in intent" is an important win from this training.
Keep it up, Pradeep and the entire team.

Regards,
Anuj
http://anujmagazine.blogspot.com

Pradeep Soundararajan said...

@Anuj,

Many thanks for extending your support. It is nice you notice the shift that we are working hard to achieve.

Your support is a good encouragement for us.