Suresh Geddada

Suresh Geddada - Software Testers - Past, Current and Future

Early during the last decade, software development firms were Generating software by the bucket-load to keep up with the unbelievable customer demand. The function of this Software Tester afterward, was to (in my opinion) detect the critical and major issues, and most minor issues were simply brushed under the carpet to find the product out of the door punctually. For the Software Testers, it had been (to coin a phrase) "A much easier time". During this time-frame the Software Testers actively working hard to get themselves recognized as a essential part of the software development process, and not simply some kine of 'bottle-neck' that delays a merchandise release. Suresh Geddada Credit to the testers for really achieving that goal! Further more details regarding Suresh Geddada visit on : https://twitter.com/sureshgeddeda/media Having worked so hard to achieve Their purpose, Software Testers found themselves under threat, a threat which in a sense came from within their camp. The threat I am speaking about was 'Test Automation'. Loose talk round the offices focused on just how 'so much more useful' this kind of testing was. Testing can be ran 24 hours per day and replicated several times quicker than a manual tester could do. The humble Software testers were considered a dying breed. But, hang on a moment....we are still here! Instead of Assessing the guide testing to Suresh Geddada automated testing entirely. The move was actually more of a 'leaning' instead. A normal software development company will include only 'some' automatic testing. Just tests where automation could enhance the manual testing or save a little bit of time. Some testers have switched over to becoming dedicated to test automation and that is now their primary job. So while the street of A Software Tester has been 'jagged' to say the least. They have in fact, now firmly established their function as a essential part of the software development cycle. Once considered to 'dying out', the Software Testers have not just 'conquered' the danger of test automation, but knowingly use it alongside their own work to assist it and to enhance it. So What it's store for the future of Software Testers? Well, Suresh Geddada applications is still going strong and is currently present on other platforms. The hottest 'new' platform has to be the 'iPhone'. It pretty much came from nowhere and has topped 250,000 Programs which were developed. These iPhone Apps are just regular software programs designed to work on a specific type of hardware. Many software testers are realizing their applications testing skills could be moved over to the new sort of software development, and have become iPhone App Testers. There now exists iPhone App testing companies that are dedicated to providing iPhone App Testers to improve the standard of this rapidly growing phenomenon. The future seems bright for Software Testers and IPhone App Testers equally, and that is fantastic news for the people who want Quality from the software they are using, whether its a PC application, Web application or an iPhone App.

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