My name is Gema Gomez and I am a QA Engineer, I break software for a living. Since 2004 I have been in several QA related roles. I tested Symbian OS, first at Symbian itself, later at Nokia. I did test automation for VMware. The only thing I can say from those years is that I learnt a lot and I worked with hundreds of very talented people.
Nowadays I work for Canonical and I am doing QA Engineering for Ubuntu, I do system level testing. This is the first time in my life I can talk about what I do and how I do it at work, so I have decided to go ahead and share with the community and with whomever is interested in testing, my thoughts about quality assurance. I hope you can help me make Ubuntu an even better Operating System for everyone to use.
The opinions expressed in The Testing Corner represent my own and not those of my employer. All the mistakes you may read are also my own, and I will be grateful to stand corrected. I am looking forward to collaborating with you and be enriched by your opinions. As a tester I realise everything I do will have defects and not be perfect, but I will try my best to give accurate and reliable information. It is the reader's (or shall I say reviewer?) responsibility to highlight the problems giving enough information so that they can be fixed!
You can find me also @linkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/in/ggomezs
Or in launchpad: https://launchpad.net/~gema.gomez
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