2012

 
 04 Jan 2012 @ 11:50 AM 

Although I am not very interested in New Year’s Eve and passing in a new year from the protocol perspective, I think its a good time to point out some general directions.

I believe overall the past year was very good in relation to my testing experience.

The details are important, but can change, that’s why I tent to set general goals (it also gives more options to use as a solution):

  • Find suitable ways to keep being known in the testing field. This is important especially in finding new clients. But not only there:(also) government paperwork, renting/buying a house, dealing with a bank, unblocking quickly the Paypal account :) , general trust in many situations…
  • Deal with the particular problems that might appear while trying to raise a reputation: more responsibility, accepting constructive criticism, detect and reply properly to nonconstructive criticism
  • Continue learning about testing. The more I learn, the more I think I know less. But its still a good feeling
  • Do the best job I can do with the clients, so I can bring value to them
  • Do the best job I can do  at the conferences I was invited this year
  • Solve anything that might come on the way
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Posted By: Eusebiu Blindu
Last Edit: 04 Jan 2012 @ 11:50 AM

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  1. A says:

    Good luck and … La multi ani!!

  2. Malini says:

    Wishing you all the very best! Happy New Year!

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