In the 2 jobs I was working before, I have tried to maintain a great communication between my coworkers, developers, UAT users and everyone involved, for us to get the job as soon as possible and obviously well done. I’ve been the leader for them in many cases.
· Working for TIGO was a great experience because I learned a lot of what I can do now. They taught me the correct way of having the test cases, and all the things that need to be checked out before having the script, using SOAP. The questions that you need to have answers for you to do a great testing job. I love talking to everyone, so it was so easy to obtain the information of what was the purpose of the application, what was expected of it too, and also they let me know which security tests they wanted to have.
· Working in AES was a totally different, there as a programmer I started from zero, I got my own QA assigned but I tested my own job too. Then when I finish as a developer I turn to be again a QA Analyst doing pentesting.
It was real cool doing pentesting because you really need to have a hackers mind for you to get those places in which you can penetrate what you are testing and steal information, or change it.
And about translating it has been physically done, I mean in paper.