I have opted software testing as my career not because I got opportunity to work but I am in software testing because I believe Software Testing as "Destructive Creation" and I enjoy finding issues by hook or by crook.
I am not only a tester who can do just some testing work and report issues, I can also help you in process initiation, automation tool selection, resource hiring, QA documentation such as help documents, test plan, knowledge transfer doc, training material.
In automation testing, I have created data driven, hybrid framework using open source tools like selenium(Java and Ruby script) and watir. I have also worked on grid.
I have worked on application based on several domain and technology such as Healthcare, e-commerce, e-learning, business intelligence, enterprises, social media, CRM, Accounting. These application were based on .net, java, php, joomla, wordpress etc.
"Has a attitude of 'test to break", "diplomatic attitude when communicating with co-workers and developer", "Ability to think as end user/customer perspective", " Judgment skills are needed to assess high-risk areas first" and last but not the least "A strong desire for quality, and an attention to detail." are the qualities of good software tester.
Apart from testing, I also can help you in defining product scope/functionality, creating interactive WireFrames using balsmiq, axure gliffy tools, creating UML diagram, flowcharts, creating user stories, functional specification document and testcases.
SO if you are looking for above abilities and qualifications then I can ensure you that I best fit in to your alley!
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