Automator by day, tinkerer and thinker by night.
As much as I love to code, my passion is in testing. I truly enjoy when I get to marry the 2 with an overall goal of improving the quality of all of the code around me.
I started out testing in the electronic manufacturing field. After a long long break, I ended up moving to a UAT coordinator role at the company that I was with and my passion for testing was ignited. I moved through testing roles, learning other disciplines like business analysis, development, architecture, database administration, and production support all of which made me a much better tester. I don't spend quite as much of my time testing anymore, instead, I spend a lot of time helping others learn to test more effectively, championing quality, and making the lives of everyone around me easier.
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