I am working in an IT Company for 16 years now. I started as Software Tester and made my way up to managerial position.
I am 17 years already with my current job.
In my current company, I worked as a Software Tester/QC for 9 years, handling different products. I am more into manual testing. After that, I was moved to Managerial role handling QE team composed of 5 people. After a year, I was tasked to handle the entire engineering group for the product, which has 4 more Developers and 1 Designer, plus the original 5 QEs.
I am also in Scrum Master role.
I do have 11 years of testing experience from my prior company (2 years) and 9 years in my current company. Then, I moved to managerial role, and last 2019, was promoted to Sr Manager role. Currently, I continue to work as manager of Dev/QE, but I am still actively involve in requirements analysis, testing, bug reporting, and status reporting.
Before I became a Manager, I have been doing testing myself. I was involved in Requirements Analysis, Test Case Creation, Testing (different types), Bug Reporting, Bug Validation, and Status Reporting. As part of the role, I had the chance to work closely with Product Managers, Business Analysts, Developers, and co-QEs.
I take pride in the quality of testing that I did. And I give the same (if not higher) regard to quality, now that I am handing an Engineering team. I've been tasked with complex applications, ranging from maintenance applications, transaction apps, processing apps, to reporting. I make sure that all possible scenarios are covered, and my wide imagination helps me in this work. I always put myself in the shoes of the customers/clients so I can cover as much use cases as i can. I do understand the severity of bugs and how to categorize them. I can also say that through my experience, I learned the art of collaborating with Developers. Disagreements are inevitable, especially around a validity of the bug, but the bottom line is Dev/QE are in one team, having the same goal.
As a Manager, I still take time to test our product and proud to say that I do still report bugs. My test cases also get good reviews and up to now, I help QE team in Test Case creations. Last 2019, I was promoted as Sr Manager. I also won President' Award in our company last 2020 as a result of my contribution in overseeing a big project to one of our biggest
My experience ERP software and Project Management software.
I've been working with a cross cultural company for 17 years.
Writing test cases and user manual I also write mailers to one of our company's Branding arm
I have been working in IT Software company, 9 years as tester and 8 years up to present managing Devs and QEs
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