What is software testing, you ask? It’s a good question! It sounds like something people have a vague idea of, but the reality is there’s a lot more to it. It’s not just pressing buttons and seeing if something doesn’t work (don’t you know?) While testing does look for errors in products before they reach the customer, it also involves making sure the product matches its own expectations, whether it functions the same way across different devices and platforms, making sure that once the product is in the hands of the user, it works as it’s supposed to, without any gremlins lurking in the code waiting to cause havoc.
In her reflective return-to-work blog, Rosie Frawley advocates for a workplace culture that embraces childlike qualities like resilience and creativity. She aims to help the team rediscover their inner child, fostering a collective spirit that values limitless potential and the magic of embracing a bit of childishness.
Wouldn’t it be cool to work somewhere where you feel you make a difference? Love the people you work with? Get excited by the work you’re doing? Wouldn’t it be… Oh wait, it IS! At Razor, anyway 😀
Razor is thrilled to announce it has been officially certified as a Great Place to Work® (GPTW) organisation, according to “the global authority on workplace culture”.
We want to capture the feelings of newness from our colleagues that have just joined the Razor team. Here’s their opportunity to step back, reflect on the journey thus far, and share their experiences.
Software testing is sorely misunderstood. But we’re on a mission to change that. Sometimes all it takes is a dash of Sherlockian curiosity and some serious analytical tendencies to help make Razor products the best they can be – for the people who need them!
A career change from Genetic Technologist to Senior Software Tester - Proof that women are shaking things up in tech
Senior Software Tester Zoe made the move to tech from her role as a Genetic Technologist. She shares why she's caught the "bug" for technology and has never looked back.
Whenever a new tech revolutionist joins our ranks, we make sure their experience is a great one. But don’t just take it from us (because, you know, we’re a little biased!) – we’ve handed the virtual mic over to our newest recruits to see what they’ve got to say.
Sheffield-based tech company Razor are teaming up with the University of Sheffield to sponsor their student-led MarsWorks team with the hopes of bagging the top prize in an international Rover-building competition.