Software Testing Magazine – Testing Circus June 2015 Edition
Software Testing Magazine – Testing Circus June 2015 Edition is out. This is the 57th edition of this magazine.
You think you are stuck in a dead-end job and you are not growing. You are becoming irrelevant and your skills are becoming obsolete. You are start blaming the employer, the management, the boss, the co-workers, the company policy, the economic condition of the country and China or Bangalore.
Sounds familiar? A very common life style among many of us. Even though you know you are in a dead-end job and you are not growing in your career, you remain in the same job, year after year. But why? Newton’s first law of motion is still true, but isn’t it very unusual not to do about anything you are not happy with?
Actually, you don’t want to take the risk of uncertainty in the next job. You don’t want to break the habit of being comfortable in your current job. You don’t have the courage to face the challenge of attending another interview. Blaming policy, co-workers, economic conditions and China or Bangalore is easier than putting the effort of searching for another job. You are not ready for the next job. You have not put any effort to learn new skills or tried to sharpen your existing skill.
What is your excuse?
Want to see how prepared you are for the next job? Just compare the sum of money you spent on pizzas and colas and the sum of money you spent on buying books, magazines or bought courses to develop your skill in the last 6 months. Compare the time you spent watching live football or cricket match versus time spent on watching a YouTube video on a topic relevant to your skill/career. Alarming, isn’t it? Do something about it.
That’s all for today. Hope you will enjoy this edition of Testing Circus. Happy testing!
Download a free copy of Testing Circus June 2015 Edition, read, share with testers. Some awesome stories in this edition –
- Interview with Rob Lambert
- How to Test: Registration – Mike Talks
- 26 Reasons Why Test Automation Projects Fail – Ravi Kumar BN
- The Arts and Software Testing: More Alike than You Think – Jessica Ingrassellino
- Evolution of the New Age Tester – Venkatesh, Sushma & Shahzia
- Are You Performing Your Actual Role? – Jyothi Rangaiah
- A Fake Tester’s Diary, Part – 53
- Testers to Follow
- Book Worm’s Corner – Book Reviews
- Security Testing: Things to Remember – Santhosh Tuppad
- Common Mistakes Seen In Performance Testing
- Web Automation Testing Tool Sahi Pro Review
- Testing Web Apps For Security Defects
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