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About Debasis Pradhan

Debasis has over a decade worth of exclusive experience in the field of Software Quality Assurance, Software Development and Testing. He writes here to share some of his interesting experiences with fellow testers.


  1. Nice job Deb. its really good... keep it up... i wanna see u at the top...

  2. I enjoy your blog. I've been a software engineer for 42 years, and it's obvious you come from the real world. You might want to run a spell checker and grammar checker on your blog before releasing it. Our General Manager would cut engineers off at their knees if they presented a briefing on a dry run with grammatical errors in it. "If the customer can't depend upon us to speak or write correctly, then he will surely distrust our software 'under the covers', that he can't see directly."

  3. @ Alice,

    It is a privilege to have your comment on my blog. I admit that there might be some grammatical and spelling errors in my writing. But I try to avoid them as much as possible. Sometimes the spelling mistakes are merely due to “typo errors” and sometimes they might be due to because of my tendency to use British English more often than US English! e.g. I would prefer to use “honour” rather than “honor”! So this might look like spelling error to readers from US.

    I understand that I am NOT yet a professional English writer and English is NOT my first language. But still, I think my writing is evolving day by day. If you would compare my 6 months old post with the posts that I am writing now, I think you might feel the improvement. And same I can claim after another 6 months too! I am working hard on improving my writing skills so that it can be easily readable by global readers and not just only the Indian readers! Thanks for pointing out this. Keep *Testing* me/my writing/my blog and help me in becoming better.



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