My soon to be ex-client has asked me to write documents explaining how I have applied to QTP to the project & AUT; if you like, the framework. The work is being taken over by a permanent member of their offshore team who hasn't actually been hired yet, so they are very keen for these documents.
In no way do I want to to claim this framework as my own. I've borrowed/stolen many ideas from you guys to come up with my own way of working which in no way do I think is the greatest way of using QTP! It's is limited in many ways by my own limitations of knowledge and technically expertise.
With this in mind, what is the best way of showing this within the document? What is everyone comfortable with? Any ideas on how I should attribute you guys as contributers?
Oh by the way, if anybody is an expert in UK copyright law, is there anyway I can try and keep theIntellectual Property of this without it being obvious!
Work situation.... for pure QTP there isn't a great deal, i and think that they seem to be insistent of certification. I went for interview last week, went really well, but I don't think I've got it because I haevn't got my CPC.
there seems to be a lot QTP stuff in London but I'm keen to stay local to Bristol initially, so may have to go back to manual testing!