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Amit Ramesh Inamdar

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Degrees that Matter
I am planning for certification. I have a course done is software testing. Readers are always welcome to ask me any questions in manual testing.
Changes in the industry
Many new tools and concepts have come into picture. Clients and managers are demanding for a zero defect delivery.Testing some complex applications has become a challenge in today's world.
The Journey So Far
I started as trainee in software testing after completing a course in software testing. Gradually I changed my company after 2 years and continued to be a software tester and then a senior test engineer. Since 2 months I have been working as a QA lead and I am managing a team of 4 testers.
Areas for the Future
Testing complex applications. Learning and working on latest automated tools. Managing a QA team and ensuring a zero defect delivery. Starting QA process right away from the stage where requirements are collected. Clients need Quality,quality and quality. Having good experience in production testing
Currently working at
I am a QA lead. I lead a team of 4 testers.I also handle production testing and client support.
Parting thoughts
Find out maximum bugs. Convince the developers that a bug you found is really a bug. Also agree with them if its not really a bug.Convince your managers that you are a good tester.
Plans for the Future
I would like to see myself as a QA manager who will manage a team of QA leads, as well as getting a CMM level certification for my organization.
A Fine Balance:
Work is work and life is life. I do not think much of personal life while I am in office. While at home I never think of office.
Required Reading 2.Reads books written by Boris Beizer. 3.Read any info you get on websites for software testing certifications.
Most Important Lessons
Never take a chance by letting out a bug just because developers told you so. Always learn new technologies and concepts. Do write professional emails to clients and business analysts whenever required. Learn how to speak and convince your managers.
Essential Advice
Be ready to find more and more bugs. The more bugs you find the better you test. QA is no lesser than a job of developer. QA persons get a package as good as a developer. QA is nowhere inferior than development because you make them work hard and tensed to get your bugs fixed.
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