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Buddha in Testing : Finding Peace in Chaos

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A tester’s mind is never at rest. It is constantly searching, over populated with information, and continually discovering changes to context.
A tester at work is interacting with plenty of people who don’t understand testing, pretend to understand or have conflicting ideas of testing.
A combination of all this creates restlessness in a tester’s mind. A restless mind end

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Kindle Edition, 132 pages
Published February 12th 2020 by Notion Press
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Venkatesh K
Mar 11, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Great book for finding the peace within you as a tester

This book highlights the feelings and thoughts from tester no the real testers.
Shifting Quality from testing to overall organization and everyone has take the responsibility of the quality of the product not only tester.
Great writing Pradeep,keep writing on testing
Uday Seshadri
Apr 24, 2020 rated it really liked it
I want every tester to read this one. This can be a perfect 5 star but I still want to learn more from pradeep soundarajan and he might have added more stories which he has already spoken in conferences He is an inspiration for me ever since I started testing. This book was just like him telling the stories about testing. I loved it. Just read it and be proud to be a software tester.
Zachary Lysobey
I did enjoy this book:
- It was short and manageable
- It lent itself to reading one or two pages, then some reflection
- The author has some really good industry experience

Unfortunately this book suffered in quality. Often it's unclear what the author means, and reads like unedited notes.
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Pooja
Mar 22, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Nice book , applicable to both experienced and new comers
Raghavendra B
Nov 29, 2020 rated it did not like it
Nonsense

You can live without this book as a tester. Looks to be naive and forced to write book due to likes on social media for the thoughts published.
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