How I started blogging…

Hi all,

Thanks for your time to visit this blog and read my first post.. Please help me improve through your valuable comments and suggestions.

So, where to start?

I’ve started my software testing career in October, 2006. It’s been more than 3 years – a long 3 years in which I learned the craft (and still learning), started reading many blogs about Software Testing, participate in Bug Battles organised by uTest.. Each of these have made an impact on me and my career as a Software Tester..

However, there is one person who has influenced me by some magnitude – Pradeep Soundararajan. I owe this blog to him. 🙂 His blog posts have made me think differently and made me more passionate about testing. It was through his blog that I learned about James Bach, Cem Kaner, Michael Bolton to name a few..

Personal reasons and tight office schedules are always a problem, but I will try my best to continue writing..

See you all next time.. Thanks once again for your time..

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6 thoughts on “How I started blogging…

  1. Welcome to Blogosphere Nandagopal! I am happy that you have gotten rid of so called valid reasons to start blogging. Looking forward to lot more blog posts from you.

    Great to see you blogging – you are second person in a week to blog that I can remember. Keep it up.

    Regards,
    Parimala Shankaraiah

  2. welcome Nandagopal.Simple tips is share your experiences good or bad.That will definitely help you to improve a lot as readers you share their views.

    • @Dhanasekhar,

      Thank you for your time and comment. I’ve started blogging with that in mind 🙂 Let my readers share their valuable experience. That will be good for the testers community as a whole.

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