- You test as much as possible, but your client still finds defects.
- You frequently have new features but not enough time for testing.
- You perform a lot of testing but are unclear on when to stop.
If you identify with any of the above, get notified below for the next cohort.
More value to the business
You find all the bugs the customer will not identify. You reduce testing lead time and cost.
Customer and product orientation
You know how to look from the customer’s perspective for a better product.
You know problem-solving techniques for an efficient testing strategy.
Get to know your instructor
I started as a Software Developer. Then, by creating an automated testing tool, I became a testing expert and dived into several aspects of software testing over the years.
I help teams build great software products and delight customers using Lean Management practices. Thus I’ve helped a software development team reduce defects by 90% over three months. I love sharing my knowledge and experiences, so feel free to reach out.
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