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Antonin Dufresne

Montreal, Canada

4 years as a software tester

My tip: Think logically, outside the box. It's not what you use, but how you use it. My experience with Crowdsourced Testing Crowdsourced testing gives you the opportunity to exploit your talent even more than an average tester would normally be able to. The flexibility provided and the quality of the work is something business should not ignore!

Mihai Anghelescu

Bucharest, Romania

6 and a half years as a software tester

My tip: Always keep in mind the client's needs and adapt accordingly. Don't get lost in the details! Sometimes testers tend to focus too much on small areas of the product and miss out on important issues that are easier to spot. Take a step back and take a wider look at your product to see if you've missed something more important. My experience with Crowdsourced Testing It gives me the opportunity to select the project that I feel is right for me, with freedom to work at any hour that is convenient. Also, with a multitude of platforms to choose from, Crowdsourced Testing provides work diversity so that I do not end up testing the same type of project repeatedly.

Jon James

Reading/Sunderland, England

6 and a half years as a software tester

My tip: Read the FAQs, Understand the requirements, if in doubt.... ask and always remember to Stay in Scope. My experience with Crowdsourced Testing Crowdsourced testing is giving me an opportunity to gain experience in real world testing, which is something I am looking to move in to in my career.

Radu-Alexandru Ionita

Bucharest, Romania

6 years as a software tester

My tip: Always be on time, deadlines are there for a reason. My experience with Crowdsourced Testing I liked the openness of the management, always there if information was needed, and the interesting projects.

Miguel Abrantes

Lisbon, Portugal

9 years as a software tester

My tip: Instead of thinking as someone who knows a lot about computers, think as someone who can barely use them, and act accordingly. If, under those conditions, you can still use the product you're testing, all's well; otherwise, start looking for potential problematic areas, break them into pieces, and write down where the problem is located. My experience with Crowdsourced Testing I like the idea of not knowing what we'll be testing next, and in what way we'll be able to help companies improve their products.

Cristian Stefan

Aalborg, Denmark

2 years as a software tester

My tip: Pay attention to what you read and what you write, double check your bugs, if possible always try to reproduce as many times as possible before posting a bug. My experience with Crowdsourced Testing Crowdsourced Testing helps you gain experience. It is one of the best places to start of your career as a quality assurance employee.

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