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If your question is "Who is a tester" my answer will be "anyone who does tests". But if you are asking who should be a tester, it will depend on the team resources, abilities and strategies. When team members have different abilities, maybe the easier option is assigning someone the tester role and making him/her accountable for test assets. On the other ...


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I think the primary benefit is that they can Join the development conversation and help improve the product with the developers and talk about technical terms and understand them when heard. Although I often prefer black-box testing (not knowing the internals), I find that understanding the tech setup is a key skill. When something breaks a tester with a ...


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Good Communication skills. Conviction. Grasping capability. Inquisitiveness and exploring the software and business requirements. Diplomacy(specially to handle developers). Basic programming skills.


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Organisations & events You can earn it for your organization in different levels. Recognition you can get having the business partnership with testing tool companies. ISO 9001 good one. Affiliation with university. Affiliation with testing organisations & participate in events.


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I'm not sure where you are based out of, but you could look into the ISO90001 in Europe. It is a quality management certification that applies to companies: http://www.iso9001.com/



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