I have decided to take a new position at Unlimited Systems as a Product Quality Analyst. I will bring my automated testing, technical writing, and QA expertise to an already well-established QA team to assist them in the next phase of product development. I wish everyone at my old company nothing but the best, but this position felt like the right fit for me at this time in my career. Thanks to everyone for their interest in my services over the last few months. It has been an interesting time, but I’m happy to have made this decision. The new adventure will begin on December 7.
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This morning I took the ISTQB Foundation certification test and passed with a 95% score. It’s a good certification to go for if you’re wanting to start a career in software testing since it’s internationally recognized and has additional expert levels after the foundation level. It’s pretty easy and painless to study for. The test is only 40 multiple choice questions, which was incredibly simplified compared to the CSTE test I took in 2011. That test required almost 4 hours with 2 parts multiple choice and 2 part essay!
It’s been awhile since an update, and I apologize for that! A lot has happened since the last post – a presidential election, the holidays, meteors exploding in Russia… I’ll try to get back on it and post more often.