Good Office from a Tester

  • Easy
  • 40 min

In the USSR, there were organizations where you could hire workers for tasks like painting fences, washing windows, or simply hiring a nanny. Occasionally, the same individuals would perform such diverse services.

I don't know the quality of services there, to be honest, but the idea of absolute cross-functional qualifications for service providers appeals to me and seems suitable for modern IT, particularly in testing.

Today, classical approaches to quality management still function, but the requirements for the actual performers have changed. While the role of a tester used to be more routine and required disciplined execution of straightforward technical operations, the range of technologies and tools used in the job has become quite extensive. The strict order of checks and the independence of testing have now given way to flexible approaches and the ability to quickly deliver results.

This presentation explores the skills required to effectively work on modern projects.

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