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May
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reviewed Approve selenium.ElementNotVisibleException: Element is not currently visible
May
24
reviewed Approve Where can I find some insightful cartoons and/or humorous content about software testing?
May
22
reviewed Reject
May
22
comment Need guidance on how to prepare for an SQA interview
Yes, however you'll want make sure you are comfortable explaining the HTSM or at the very least the mnemonics used it in, so if someone asks you can explain why you use them. (Assuming it's an in-person interview)
May
21
answered Is there a correct term for testing done by “testers” hired just to use the app as in real life?
May
21
answered Need guidance on how to prepare for an SQA interview
May
15
comment Configuring localhost using splinter and behave using pyramid
Can you add some additional details to this question and maybe a link to what tool or service you are asking about?
May
14
reviewed Approve Can not catch NoSuchElementException with PageFactory (Selenium WebDriver)
May
13
reviewed Approve How do I close the browser window at the end of a Selenium test?
May
5
reviewed Approve How can I better educate testers about context driven testing?
May
5
reviewed Approve
Apr
17
reviewed Approve How to get data-href instead of href with selenium in python?
Apr
8
revised Getting and logging the selenium version used in a groovy project
Improved grammar and made the title more specific to the question
Apr
8
comment About QA title/Position
@HelpingHands - I've never put a title in an offer or acceptance letter but I have asked the hiring manager what title they intend to use and I often suggest something else. It depends on the company if they will take a suggestion or not. Smaller companies will usually let you decide on your title while bigger companies may have set titles. What do you do in your day job / in practice? What do you want to do more of?
Apr
8
comment About QA title/Position
@FDM Neither did I. I believe you are making a very big exaggeration by saying that everyone in the testing industry intuitively understands these titles. Maybe you think everyone should... because you do? But instead of saying /you think/ they're clear simple and understood, you said or implied everyone does understand them. Make sense?
Apr
8
comment About QA title/Position
@FrederikDeMets I'm not trying to twist your words. I understood you to mean you think everyone who is involved in testing on a day to day, hands-on basis would understand these roles. Is that right? If so, I'm saying I disagree with you.
Apr
6
comment About QA title/Position
@FrederikDeMets I've never met a person who's company follows the ISTQB division of roles. Have you? Saying such roles are understood by everyone is a very big exaggeration. Someone with no experience could easily be a test manager - if that's the position they were hired for. That's not to say said person would be good or bad.
Apr
6
comment About QA title/Position
@HelpingHands You can call yourself whatever you want. If you do a lot of mobile testing, using the term Mobile in your job title might help you down the road to be hired in another or similar position.
Apr
6
answered About QA title/Position
Apr
6
reviewed Approve select_by_value causing odd issue with the DOM