Welcome to The Growing Tester, the home for my blog about my experiences and thoughts in the world of software testing.
My name is Lee, sometimes found as Nu_Fenix, and I am a Test Evangelist (officially Test Engineer) from the West Midlands.
I’ve been a tester from January 2012, starting off as a trainee and progressing to where I am now.
I am experienced with functional testing, along with black box and white/glass box. I love exploratory testing, but I’m not interested in learning automation at a personal level.
I am glad to have found my way into testing, and want more people to be aware of the role and how great it is.
I don’t claim to know everything, but if you have any questions I will do my best to help answer them.
Welcome to my blog, here you will find all of my posts.
I’ve been meaning to write for a while, and with my last post being September, I feel long over due. In January last year I wrote this… Read more “2019/02/04 – A review of 2018”
A year ago I had never heard of mutation testing. Then when looking at the list of presentations for TestBash Utrecht 2018, there was one on mutation… Read more “2018/09/17 What is Mutation Testing?”
I put this on LinkedIn, but after doing so I felt like this deserves to be a blog post. If you disagree with my message, please say… Read more “2018/09/15 A message to recruiters for automation testers”
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