To provide a snapshot of time
I quickly flicked through some of my early blog posts.
There are a few posts regarding ISTQB, something which I highly valued at the very start of my software testing career. Now, I highly regard the BBST Foundations course and am a very strong advocate of it.
As stated in the About Me page, “I don’t doubt my opinions on testing will develop and change” – keeping a blog is a great way of keeping track on how my opinions change 🙂
To clarify my thoughts
Not a lot has changed since high school.
I still need to put in a conscious effort to organise my thoughts and articulate them clearly when I write. Ideas which have structure is something that I am constantly striving for.
This blog is an attempt to do this.
To share knowledge
When writing my posts, I make an effort to make them useful.
- I wanted my 3 Ways to Improve Your Communication Skills post to be easy to understand, and to contain some tips that people could actually apply (and not just think – oh that’s a nice idea, but not do anything with it)
- When writing my BBST Foundations: Is it for me? post, I wanted it to contain enough (and the correct) information so that people could gage what benefits they would reap by taking this software testing course.