You are primarily a software engineer that happens to have specialised in testing. You acknowledge the limited time and place for manual testing but you prefer to augment your skills through code.
You are very attentive to detail. You spot mistakes that most miss, even trivial ones. You like to break things and instinctively think of the many unhappy paths.
You don't frequently do manual testing but when you do you don't come out empty-handed.You are methodical and disciplined but know how to optimise your efforts.
You are empathetic with others and their circumstance. You enjoy saying "well done".Given any incident, you instinctively know where and how we should test for its regression.
You understand how faulty processes lead to testing deficiencies, and know how to fix them.You contribute to architectural discussions with insights that improve systems' testability and robustness.
You are opinionated and are founded on facts and experience.While you welcome the technical freedom of greenfield developments you also enjoy the intricacies inherent in evolving existing software.
You are biased to action : you prefer to deliver the good instead of arguing what perfection is.You think critically and are happy to be proven wrong.
You're methodical in your hypothesis generation and testing loop.You will make mistakes. We'll pick you up. You will learn from them. You'll laugh a lot.
Evaluate them for cost, benefit and applicability. Guard the fine line between excessive tool sprawl and their desired coverage.
Ensure we make good use of them.
Champion code parsimony, quality and effectiveness. Foster quality focussed development practices such as TDD.
Be a major contributor and owner of the Tech Radar.
Web and Mobilie UI : (Selenium, Cypress, Calabash, Appium).You're comfortable with a few programming languages, and both object-
oriented and functional programming paradigms. Familiarity with Scala is desirable.
sourced application architectures, different API styles and integration patterns.
You have experience with Continuous Delivery, preferably with Concourse.