Another Project Finished, Javasript Practice, Plans for Next Three Months, Tools, Random Links, Courses

Another short update on what I have been up to in the second half  of September – beginning of October  2019.   Another Project Finished Today I had zoom meeting with creators of the software product I have been testing as a volunteer for the last 2 months. It was a great opportunity to learn and practice testing. Of course, there is always more work to do, but  I decided

Digital Accessibility Testing Meetup, Selenium IDE and Applitools Eyes Tests, 100 plus Test Casess

Another short update on what I have been up to in the first half – mid  September 2019.   Digital Accessibility Testing Meetup    This time Sydney Testers  teamed up with Sydney Web Accessibility and Inclusive Design Meetup. The most valuable part for me was to see lots of real examples of  accessibility issues (thanks Gian Wild for great presentation). I also learned about WCAG 2 (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines)

James Bach Meetup, First Test in Selenium IDE and Jenkins

Here is short update on what have been up to in end of August – first half of September 2019.   James Bach Meetup in Sydney   This time Sydney Testers meetup brought James Bach, one of the authors of “Lessons Learned in Software Testing”, tester, consultant, coach, speaker , creator of “Rapid Software Testing” methodology. James talked  about critical thinking in why it is so important for testers.  

Writing Test Cases, Testing Meetup in Sydney, Call from Potential Employer, Selenium IDE, New Tools for Testing

Here is short update on what have been up to in first half of August 2019.   Writing Test Cases In my previous post I mentioned volunteering project that I started. Over the period of 3 weeks I’ve been writing test cases and doing manual testing of web app. Although I move not too fast, it is interesting to learn how to write good test cases. I submitted around 20

First Real Project, Learning Groovy, GitHub, Resources

Here is summary of what I’ve been up to  between  end of July – first week of August 2019. First Real Project Well, it looks like I found an opportunity to get some hands-on experience that I’ve been looking for the last month or so. Really excited to get involved in this… I posted a message in Facebook ( found several start-up groups  based in Sydney) asking for a project

Why Blog?

Why Blog?   To be honest, I’ve been quite busy recently. Nevertheless, I decided to start this blog.  Why? What I will be writing about? There are many articles on the internet discussing benefits of starting a professional blog. In my case, these are main reason why I decided to do it -Keep track of what I have done to become better tester and find a job. -Stay committed -Help