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comment work advancement titles
+1 - couldn't have stated it better (or clearer)
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comment What are good interview questions for a Software Tester with focus on automation?
Thanks for seeing the constructive part of that comment. Both is good.
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comment Black box or white box testing - which do you do first?
Agreed - I guess my statement depends on your definition of good coverage.
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comment Black box or white box testing - which do you do first?
Unless, of course, the black box tests missed testing a key piece of functionality or configuration :}
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comment What are good interview questions for a Software Tester with focus on automation?
I actually disagree with your statement. Great automators are great developers first, but great automated testers are great testers first - they just know how to solve testing problems via automation. In my experience, many "test automators" blindly automate verification after verification, but miss performance, reliability, or security bugs right under their noses. It's subtle, but worth (IMO) being careful. YMMV, etc.