Bloggers Club: What’s the best career advice you’ve had?

When I was in university, I signed up to a mentoring program. Back then, I actually had no interest in pursuing a career in IT, I was actually a lot more interested in a career in management consulting – so this piece of advice can apply to all disciplines, in my opinion.

I spoke to the careers advisor at my university  about what I was thinking of doing in the future and she suggested a guy called Dan to be my mentor.

There’s one piece of advice that he gave me, that still sticks with me. Continue reading “Bloggers Club: What’s the best career advice you’ve had?”

4 Books Which I’ve Found Useful for my Testing

 1. Thinking Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman

I heard from quite a few people how beneficial this book was for them. About six or seven years ago, I tried to read it, but couldn’t get into it – then I tried again about two years ago and really enjoyed it.

It’s an intense read and focuses a lot on cognitive biases – a lot of which I come across in day-to-day testing. Continue reading “4 Books Which I’ve Found Useful for my Testing”