Hi! My name is Pearl Christie & I am passionate about agile testing, business analysis, process improvement, & customer advocacy.
I believe better quality software is a mission achieved through a sharp focus on the right expectations that deliver value to the customer from the result of a solid team’s efforts.
Think about your past for a moment. Now, during your childhood through your early adulthood, have you ever wondered what you wanted to be when you grew up? It’s a common question we often ask ourselves as we head into our early youth and adolescent years. I know I asked myself this question many times,Continue reading “At A Glance – My Past, Current & Future”
Change is never easy, that’s why few people really become the person they are meant to be. It requires you to think differently than how you thought before. We all know each of us has something we need to get better on but to truly see transformational change…we need to: 1) Understand that there areContinue reading “Be the catalyst you wish to become”
Team work & collaboration are key to enable great software quality. Below are 6 tasks to do on a consistent basis: 1) Understand the key business processes This helps set a firm understanding of the critical business operations and the stakeholders’ technology interaction to achieve their objectives. It will help you create /add to critical businessContinue reading “Your 6 go – to team tasks that enable improved software quality”
This is the first post in my blog, testwithPearl. Glad to have you here. This platform will be my channel to post about my journey as a tester, test tips & lessons learned, and on new skills and knowledge I continue to acquire as I hone my craft.
Thank you Emna Ayadi for an opportunity to interview with you about my journey in software testing! It was a blast🎊. Check out the article link below on her blog to see it!! Interview #2: Driving quality forward with a customer first mindset 8 months ago, I was in a tough spot. I left a job during peakContinue reading “Gettin’ myself out there – An Interview with Emna Ayadi”