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Software Testing and Quality Control are the processes through which application quality is improved. Software Testing is done in each phase of the product lifecycle i.e. from requirement specifications, design & coding, to user acceptance.
Software Testing is a method to check whether the actual software product matches expected requirements and to ensure that software product is Defect free. It involves to evaluate one or more properties of interest. The purpose of software testing is to identify errors, gaps or missing requirements in contrast to actual requirements.
A software tester’s job is challenging enough to be interesting. Software testing is different from other jobs that seek specialization in a narrow set of skills. As a tester, you get to develop a wide range of skills. Plus, you can always beat the monotony due to the interesting nature of the job
Below are some of the skills required to become a Software Testing Professional.
• Analytical skill - Software tester should have good analytical skills, which will help to understand a complex system, break up into a smaller system and write test cases.
• Verbal and Written Communication skill - To become a good software tester, he/she must have good verbal and written communication skills. A tester needs to write test conditions, test cases, test strategies/plans, bug reports which should be easy to read and should be understood by anyone. During defect or other follow up tester needs to collaborate with a developer, it will require good communication.
• Basic knowledge of Database/SQL - The software application has a large amount of data in the background, which stores on different types of databases such as Oracle, My SQL, etc. This data needs to validate, in that case, SQL queries.
• Basic knowledge of Linux commands - Most of the software systems are deployed Linux machines, hence it is crucial for testers to have knowledge of Linux