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quality analyst

  • Monitor bug resolution efforts and track successes.
  • Plan test schedules or strategies in accordance with project scope or delivery dates.
  • Develop or specify standards, methods, or procedures to determine product quality or release readiness.
  • Investigate customer problems referred by technical support.
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quality analyst

  • Being a single QA in a large team of developers creating testing mindset across team and roles.
  • Ship the product to production with no major defects
  • Communication with the client on what to release and when to release
  • Collaborate with developers on writing unit tests/help them think of cases they need to handle
  • Due to my own interests setting up pipeline for the projects test automation
  • Building processes that might help team maintain quality earlier in the software lifecycle
3

quality analyst

  • looking for ways to prevent bugs from occurring in the first place.
  • Social media platforms.
  • ensuring the product is culturally compatible with the target market.
  • using the plan to hunt down and fix software bugs
4

quality analyst

  • Quality and timely delivery of editing, quality check of content and a complete hygiene check of whatever the interface exhibits. 
  • Uploading meticulous and accurate content and entering data pertaining to the work using several web interfaces. 
  • Comfortable with capturing results, communicating, escalating failures and providing status reports. 
  • Planned and achieved individual as well as team targets. 
  • Mastered both Listing as well as QC processes. 
  • Working parallel to the Technical Team for optimizing Automation in different processes. 
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quality analyst

  • Apply continuous improvement methods such as lean manufacturing to enhance manufacturing quality, reliability, or cost-effectiveness.
  • Supervised a team of QA and coordinated activities with developers, Product Managers, Business Analysts.
  • Conducted team status and planning meetings to facilitate open communication.
  • Developed detailed testing scope, strategy, high-level test requirements, and required resources.