Best of Luck Linda. The best luck is self made and from the posts you make you have the skill and knowledge to be a credit to any organisation. Hope you do not get too bored with only the single place to work and do not forget us on QA forums, us other mere consultants could do with your wisdom occasionally still [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]
Not to hijack your post but wanted to throw these thoughts at you. I miss the hustle bustle of consulting work. In a few years as a consultant I must have worked on 20 different technologies and for the last 2 years as an FTE worked with nothing but .NET and C#. At times it gets boring and I feel I am getting rusty in a few areas. Unfortunately never really made big money in consulting to say I miss that too [img]images/icons/smile.gif[/img]
Congratulations. Good luck and best wishes. Just remember one thing, when speaking with the management above you (Sr. Mgrs., and C-Level) put your language in terms of money (time, resource, dollars) so that they understand the impact to the bottom line and how QA/Test can help to contain (not save/reduce) the 'money' leakage. This is the one failing QA/Test managers make because we get caught up in the project schedule and politics of our position (I know, been there done that).
Anyway... best to you and keep plugging away.