Recently in an interview I was asked ‘Why do you love Testing?’ This got me thinking…How will you feel if you bought a new smartphone at a high price only to find a fault when used? Frustrated. Disappointed. Cheated. Angry. Sad? Yeah! A tester’s job is to prevent you feeling all those negative aura 🙂 What is your reason to pursue Testing as a career?
Agree or not, once in a while every one of us enjoy criticizing something – a person or a situation. A conflict between a developer & a tester is not new – it has been there since the inception of Software Testing. After all, nobody likes it when their mistakes are pinpointed & written on the wall. What they don’t understand is – it’s not about ‘You’, it’s about the ‘Software’!
As stated in previous post – Textbox, Button, Image, Checkbox, Dropdown, Hyperlink, etc. – everything which is visible in an application is known as “Object”. Automation is all about identifying these “Objects” in the application and the subsequent “Actions” to-be-performed on it. But the question is – How do you identify different ‘Objects’ in the application via HP UFT?
Idol. Inspiration. Role Model. God. And for some even Life. I don’t think Rajinikanth needs any introduction to most of the world. Rajinikanth is a phenomenon. He is a man with a Midas touch. The mere mention of his name will make his fans go berserk. That’s the power of Rajinikanth, the Superstar.
To make it right, you first need to identify what’s wrong. And when it’s about finding the wrong in software, we call it “Software Testing”!