Who Am I and What's The Point?

If you don't already know who I am, my name is Bailey Hanna (hint, it's over at the side). As of right now I am a Software Test Specialist Co-op (intern) 13 months into a 16 month term.

As for "Whats's The Point?", I started this co-op term without knowing what software testing really was outside of reading my job description and a handful of testing blogs. This blog is designed to help people who find themselves in the same position learn some of the lessons I did through a blog instead of through experience. That being said, you will likely experience many of the same things I did, so perhaps it is more about letting you know how I handled those situations. That is not to say that I handled all (or any) of those situations ideally but at least you can learn whatever I did through those experiences.

This is a blog, that means that people all over the world can technically log onto the internet and see this whenever they please. Which means I feel the need to express that everything written in this blog is from personal experience. I am in no way an expert in testing and will not pretend to be. My only hope is to make some people's lives easier by sharing my experiences and telling you about the outcomes (be they good or bad).

With all of that said, welcome to Things Testing Taught Me! I hope you enjoy reading as much as I enjoy sharing.

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