Think Testing

Think Testing

We are seeking you, our awesome testers, to SHARE YOUR KNOWLEDGE and contribute to the QualiTest “Think Testing” section on our main website

The QualiTest “Think Testing” section is comprised of numerous articles, blog posts, white papers, videos and other assets about testing. You can visit “Think Testing” by clicking here.

We’d love to get your contribution to our knowledge base. It can be an article, presentation, blog post or even a short “How to” guide. You’ll get a chance to share your knowledge, start building your fame and presence as a software testing expert, and win a nice bonus:  a $25 Amazon gift card.

In addition, there will be a Quarterly Grand Prize! The best piece of content will win the grand prize. The grand prize will be customized and personalized for the winner, for more information contact your local HR rep.

Do you need help getting an idea?  You check out some examples of what other employees have written be looking here:  Knowledge Center

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