Those wrong things they taught me in school (Which takes me years to realize)

To Never Quit.I am Sorry, but never quit was the  most wrong thing ever that I learned in school days.Successful people,companies quit, even more often,things that are going nowhere.In fact,quitting is one of the planned strategy.

(Does your organization stick to not-to-quit testing of product until we find zero BUGS? )

Award for 100% attendance.As a child if there were no award for particular student, they give award of perfect attendance in that year.Even today, employees gets an award for 100% attendance.Is your organization is in that category?

(We are encouraged to show up at work,rather than some achievement in work)

The Success Fantasy: Overnight success of millionaires,Best-seller writers,stories of scientists who discover something great in one moment. I realize it actually take years,decades to build that success moment.Each and every thing needs hard work and patience.

to be updated , Until I realise more.

(Will you help me out with it? )

Tester life: a social click !

Testers have some invaluable skills.

Observe,Communicate,Write (effectively so that problem to fix*),clear understanding of what trouble will occur.

Skilled Writers,Photographers,Great speakers work for community.They try to bring change in society.

  • Can skilled testers add value to society?
  • Can we use our skills to help people ?
  • Can we help the world to be a better place than yesterday?

Yes we can.I started it.When I test a government site or bank or organization website, and sent mails to them about an important problem.

Once tweeted about important error in careers for big company.Next day , they changed whole website  and important fixed problems.

If I never tweet about it,it may take a long time to identify and fix the problem.

I blogged about corruption in software industry here.A lot of “thank you” mails I received from job seekers told me I did right job.

Thank YOU for increasing my confidence.This post was just to say thank you for everyone out there.