Meet the Contributor Eduardo Fischer
On this episode of the Ministry of Testing Podcast, Mike chats with Eduardo Fischer about his article on Ministry of Testing: Moving From Software Development To QA: A Road Less Travelled
- Why they move to development first and not QA?
- Are Developers just testers at heart really?
- With hindsight, do you think that companies see you have QA potential and hired you for your skills with a view to moving into QA?
- What do you do when there is no QA department or person whom you could speak with to raise the bug with
- The tools and self-learning encountered on the journey from Dev to QA
- QA vs Dev - working styles
Eduardo Fischer is a quality assurance engineer who focuses on API and UI test automation and is currently working for an international stockbroker.
He discovered his passion for testing during his time as a back-end developer and eventually made testing his full-time job. His hobbies are developing Alexa skills and making models for his 3D printer.
You can find Eduardo on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/mwlite/in/eduardo-fischer-dos-santos
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