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I was in a similar situation. I had been a developer, and then was out of the field for over 10 years. I went through a free training program with Catalyst IT Services, which provided an introduction to many of the current technologies. I would encourage you to check out their website: http://www.catalystlearns.com/. Good Luck!
A lot of this depends on what you remember and how fast you can refresh. From a book point of view I would highly suggest Explore It! by Elisabeth Hendrickson. This will give you a firm foundation in manual testing, which is the foundation of all good testing. Coming back to Software as a tester might work, you will soon realize that the world wants lots ...
More and more organizations are leveraging Big Data solutions. I've seen an increase in the demand for QA Professionals that can deliver ETL validation, which may be a great fit for you given the emphasis on SQL. Even MapReduce solutions like Hadoop offer decent SQL interfaces to continue leveraging that skill set. If this sounds appealing to you, I would ...
I used the german books, so I hope these are the original ones: Foundation level Advanced level The ISTQB certification is a good entry point for the testing world
As soon as I find a bug, tell you about it or make a summary of bugs found and tell you about it at the end of the day? I'll say yes. Why? Let's say I found something at noon and fill it out by the end of the day along with the others. A) Issue is not going to be as fresh as before in my head to investigate, and B) if dev has to fix it because its ...
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