When I started as a tester, there was little to no support out there to help me understand this field better. I just fell into testing. However, in this day and age, thanks to the testing community, it has allowed so many testers and engineers, in general, to gain testing knowledge.
But is that enough for new graduates looking for a job as a software tester? Or for an existing individual in the tech industry to switch to being a tester instead? We need more testers in projects for various positive reasons, and not to be thought of as, “do we really need a tester or a developer who can test it”?
Join us to learn:
- Where to start if you are keen on becoming a tester
- Where to find resources
- How to get the right support for your career path as a tester
As a Test Manager at easyJet, Laveena leads the testing and quality assurance of the digital space and data science projects, ensuring the delivery of reliable, accurate, and user-friendly solutions. She has 10 years of experience in the IT industry, working with various clients and domains, such as retail, insurance, residential, transport and aviation.
Laveena has a strong background in business computing, data migration, and BI reporting, as well as certifications in ISTQB, ITIL, and SQL. She is passionate about applying her technical and business skills to create value for the company and the customers. Laveena is also a vibrant and committed professional, who enjoys sharing her knowledge and insights through blogging, speaking, training, coaching, and hosting.