In the past, the core goal of testing is to find bugs and fix them. But the dynamics of IT and testing landscape have changed now.
Agile QA approach and user experience driven development (UXDD) have taken modern software development and testing by storm.
Are your QA testers up to speed?
As a QA tester or manager, how you scale up your skills to match today’s innovative challenges is the key to improving testing productivity and advancing your career prospects.
A while ago, someone asked me: ”Thomas, what skills do I need to have when tracking bugs and joining a QA team?”
I was astonished by the question and more importantly, quite disappointed that I wasn’t able to come up with a great answer.
But it made me think. And it pushed me to do some research and to exchange ideas with other people in the bug-reporting world.
And today, I’m happy and ready to answer this question. Here are the most important bug reporting skills you need to have.