Has anyone found or used a good test script/case writing course for manual testing. I found 1, but the cost was way too high. Found another that I am waiting for a response from, but was hoping maybe folks on here have dealt with this in the past and could pass along some info. Thanks in advance.
I have been doing my own since I got here and they are good. But I have some go getters on my team who like to learn. lol. I figured a course might not be bad if I can find one that will compliment what I have already implemented.
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Perhaps you should do some book reading. There is so much available on the internet for free why look for a course.
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Exactly....the few times we've brought someone in I've realized I'm a better teacher than they are.
Start a book club.....I did this for my managers last summer and we read a management book. Do the same w/ the QA engineers and pick a QA book. Find a book that discusses equivalence classes....they are so incredibly key to a properly developed test plan.
Reserve a few months every so often and preview retirement throughout your career. You won't regret that a 35 year career was reduced to 34 years to take vacations measured in months in order to remember what a stress and care-free life is all about.
Books and hard work will get you anywhere you want to go.
Yeah, I found books that focused on the subject matter much better than a course, that way the people go at their own pace and if they are go-getters will love it. Just make sure to take time for them to spend some time studying, answer questions and so on.
Nothing learns better than experience.
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