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Professional Cover Letter Template for Software Testers

A cover letter is a single-page letter that should be part of any job application.
The only time a cover letter should not be included is when a job ad clearly says to NOT include one. At all other times you should include a cover letter. You might be applying for a specific, advertised job, or you might be contacting a potential employer to see if they have any vacancies. Either way, your cover letter needs to:
Introduce youMention the job (or kind of job) you're applying for (or looking for)Match your skills and experiences with the skills and experiences required by the jobEncourage the reader to read your resumeFinish with a call to action (e.g., requesting an interview or asking to meet)
Here is the Professional Cover Letter Design for Software Testers,
Dear Human Resources Hiring Professional,
As a highly dedicated and skilled Software Tester, I read your posting for a new Software Tester with interest. My experience aligns well with the qualifications you are seeking at xxxx, in…

A Day in Software Tester's Life

Day 1:During the first day of the iteration, the highest priority stories are picked from the product backlog. The QA tester, along with the rest of the team members and the Product Owner, work to define the acceptance criteria for each user story. High-level questions are asked, and the acceptance criteria is written as part of each story. In the second part of the planning session, the testing tasks for each story are identified and estimated. Some typical testing tasks are: “Define high level tests,” “Write automated tests,” “Perform manual exploratory testing,” “Write a GUI smoke test,” and “Generate test data.” Days 2/3:On the 2nd and 3rd days of a sprint, the tester has conversations with the Product Owner to refine acceptance criteria for each story. The goal of these conversations is to elicit the details of what is expected from each feature. These conversations may go on the following day/s. Also, during days 2 and 3 of a sprint, the Tester starts writing acceptance tests. This…

Top 5 Benefits of Automated Software Testing

Automated vs Manual testing has always been a point of debate among software professionals. Most of us realize the utilities of both, but the confusion stems from the extent of automated testing for your software. Here, we make a case for intelligently deployed automated software testing and its benefits.
The point is,
It is quickly becoming necessary for micro, small, and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to automate their testing processes. It becomes all the more vital while focusing on development of their online services and e-commerce operations. Failing this, SMEs would face a situation where they may be unable to deal with the expenses incurred due to performance issues and service delays.

Top 5 Benefits of Automation Testing:
Test Automation is essentially using code to create programs that perform automated tests for your software. The way this is different from manual testing is, instead of actually performing the test, one creates an automated testing scenario and supervises it…

Selenium Web Driver vs Selenium RC - Important differences need to know

One of the important question which hits mostly everyone in testing field. But guys be ready this is gonna be a kicker! This is not an official page which splits the page into two to show the difference between them instead let’s have a detailed study.
The best part is here;
The remaining part of the article will clear all your doubts between Selenium Web Driver and Selenium RC.
Where the difference lies?
There are many differences between these two, but the major difference lies in their architecture. How they both interacting with the browser is the main factor here,
I hope you checked my previous tutorial about Selenium Web Driver, If not please click the link here Selenium Web Driver Architecture!!
Here’s is the point;
SeleniumWebDriver interacts with the browser directly. It doesn’t require any server to communicate with the browser instead it uses the browser’s native support for automation.
Ex: For running a test in Firefox it will directly uses Firefox drive to automate the test!!!…

Selenium WebDriver Architecture - A perfect tutorial to learn Selenium Web Driver

Happy to meet you all through this important topic in Selenium  Automation, Selenium Web Driver architecture is one of the most important topic and the basic one which every selenium tester must be clear about before moving into other topics.
What is Selenium Web Driver
Web Driver is a tool which is used for automating web application testing, It is basically easy to understand,explore and use Selenium RC.
Selenium Web Driver Architecture
As I said above it is an important topic which needs to be clear off. I had explored many different pages and authors who are all experts in Selenium to refer a perfect page to learn Selenium Web Driver Architecture for you all.
As a result
I came across this post which seems to be very clear about this topic and also can be easily understandable by the beginners in testing field. Referring you the link below,
Selenium Web Driver Architecture
I hope this post will really gonna be a very useful. Share your thoughts in the comment section below.
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