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It really depends on your team situation. For our organization, it was a necessity (otherwise we wouldn't have spent a dime more). The reason we started using a Test Management Tool despite having a defect management tool was that we couldn't re-use our test cases efficiently amongst team members. So we tried an open-source tool TestLink, only to realize ...


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As a software testing company, scenario testing is mainly validating the complex architectural design areas that only comes with experience in a particular domain. An engineer with 6 months of experience in a particular domain compared to an engineer with 2 years of experience in the same domain. As an individual both have different approaches but ...


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6 years since the question was asked. I wonder how such a situation has changed over the years. I can't find where the OP was located, some cultures/countries might be more competitive and such a transition might be more difficult. I did a similar transition (from management/psychology/human resources field) into testing (I don't consider myself QA) about 3 ...


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