When Should You Stop Testing?
Two More Resources When You're Looking for a Job
When To Stop Testing
“When should I stop testing?” is a common question from software testers.
We have the answer. See our webinar, “The Ins and Outs of Entrance and Exit Criteria” (e.g. when to stop testing your software). In it, you will learn how to reduce late-stage defects and delays with effective use of entrance and exit criteria in your testing projects.
Tip: You might want to invite your boss to watch it as well. Enjoy!
Two More Job Hunting Resources
In case you were on vacation when we sent this out previously, below are helpful job hunting resources from ASTQB & AT*SQA - and we've added two more.
Among the ideas is getting your certification from ASTQB. But don't just take our word for it. Here is what a tester told us during her job search: "As far as getting the attention of employers, I do feel that my ASTQB certifications tend to propel my resume to the top of the pile. Recruiters have told me that my certifications show a strong commitment to the software testing profession, and it looks to them that I have given my career a lot of thought and that I am in it for the long haul."
Remember that American companies check the Official U.S. List of Certified Software Testers™ to see if you are certified. You can only appear on this list if you earn your ISTQB certification through ASTQB & AT*SQA.