Why Software Testers need to learn Data Science

I have been working as a QA Engineer/Tester for a year and a half now. I have tested a variety of web and mobile apps and I had a wonderful time exploring how much value testing adds to a software system. The company I work at, Red Buffer, is among the very few companies in the country which are doing extensive work towards providing Data … Continue reading Why Software Testers need to learn Data Science

Security Testing – OWASP ZAP: A review

Recently, I was asked by our lead developer to look into security testing so that we can get a general idea about how secure the systems we develop really are. The idea was to first look into security testing in general, and then find a tool to scan a web application under development. I came across multiple tools. I would like to put them all … Continue reading Security Testing – OWASP ZAP: A review

6 Lessons from a 6-Month-Old QA Engineer

It’s my 7th month as a Quality Assurance Engineer and I started this blog a couple of months ago. My first post was Diving into QA which was about how/why I started a career in Quality Assurance. For a few weeks now, I have been struggling to write another post but everything I come up with is disregarded (by me, of course!) because there are so … Continue reading 6 Lessons from a 6-Month-Old QA Engineer