Reputation
3,714
Next tag badge:
128/100 score
18/20 answers
Badges
2 23 43
Newest
 Pundit
Impact
~121k people reached

Oct
10
reviewed Close how to present a documentation from user point of view?
Oct
8
reviewed Approve Testing random number generation
Oct
7
reviewed Close Competencies and technologies knowledge for a automated tester
Oct
7
reviewed Leave Open Android - Monkey throttling not working as specified
Sep
30
reviewed Excellent How to start Selenium with Firefox Portable?
Sep
30
reviewed Approve PageObjects: Aggregation/Composition vs Inheritance for nested components
Sep
27
comment What could cause a “command failed” error when using the Word.Application object to compare two documents?
Welcome to SQA, Sree. I have to admit, I'm having trouble tying your answer to the question that was asked. If it is supposed to be an answer, you'll want to shore it up by bringing it into context. If it is indeed a new question, you should hit the "ask question" link at the top of this page, or right here: sqa.stackexchange.com/questions/ask
Sep
26
comment In HP QC 10 , how can I increase the font size of a field?
Part of me thinks if there isn't an official setting, you might be able to track down the css file with a little sleuthing!
Sep
23
reviewed No Action Needed What do devs expect from testers' communication?
Sep
19
reviewed Reject Good Grep Tools for Windows
Sep
19
comment URL Verification software
I've also seen the corporate sentiment about being afraid of free software. Lack of support is a major issue, because your in house developers cost a lot of money to be spending time on silly things. On the other hand, I know plenty of paid applications with support contracts that aren't nearly as useful as, oh I don't know, asking on Stack Exchange instead. A free program with a user-run community is just as good, if not better, than paid support.
Sep
16
reviewed Looks OK Using Selenium Opera Driver doesn't start my test execution
Sep
12
comment Are there standards describing the different processes for software QA on software that you buy/obtain?
When you say acquire, do you mean you it's a tool you use on your systems? Or you bought the company that makes it and it now falls under your company's umbrella?
Sep
4
awarded  Enlightened
Sep
4
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
28
comment How to simulate Caps Lock keystrokes with Selenium WebDriver?
@Devin Who were you trying to respond to? You should comment on that answer or your question to respond to comments. I'd be happy to migrate it for you if I know where it has to go.
Aug
28
comment How to simulate Caps Lock keystrokes with Selenium WebDriver?
@SuchitParikh I think it's actually a response to Sam's answer.
Aug
28
revised How to simulate Caps Lock keystrokes with Selenium WebDriver?
removed signature
Aug
19
reviewed Leave Closed Functional requirements and release criteria
Aug
19
comment Selenium test case fails due to page load time
Welcome to SQA, Raman. Could you elaborate on this? As a rule of thumb, a snippet of code is less helpful than the accompanying explanation.