Who Am I?

Q: What makes you happy?

Dhanasekar: Exploring any software keeps me happy.

Q:  what are you interests?

DS :When I hear someone saying, “This is not working” or “Test environment is hard to setup”, makes me very interesting. Because I got something interesting to explore.

Q:OK, Then what gives you satisfaction?

DS:A Bug free product and 100% automated checking.

I am a very Happy Software Tester who enjoys testing, interested in Exploratory Testing and Automated Checking. But still Unsatisfied ;)

I am a  Sapient tester and automation checker,practicing Context driven tester.

My Guideline :  What Matters Most Is How You See Yourself

My Inspirational Line : “Arise, Awake And Stop Not Till The Goal Is Reached” – Swami Vivekananda

My Motivational Lines :  “Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.“- Neale Donald Walsch

“I have not failed. I’ve just found 10,000 ways that won’t work.” – Thomas Edison

My Lifeline : Google.com :D

Achievements\Honors

  • Getting into James Bach‘s blogroll is my greatest achievement and honor, read more here
  • Jerry Weinberg reading my post and amplifying it on his blog is the greatest appraisal I can get (for)ever.
  • Article titled “Context Driven Jumping” got published in Software Testing Club’s July 2010 Magazine ,  here is the PDF [Page 20]
  • Author of mobile app testing model LONG FUN CUP

Keep watching this page for regular updates, because I am a dynamic person :)

You can contact me at dhanasekars@gmail.com  @sdhanasekar.

Twitter Verse of me :  Pragmatist, Software tester, Automation Checker, A R Rahman Devotee, Questioning leads to Progress, Hakuna matata. Take each day as it comes, and live each day to the fullest.

21 thoughts on “Who Am I?

  1. Impressionable invention of the era is blogging. I love reading good blogs, not only technical blogs also travel related. Share ur readings with like minded ppl:-)

  2. Getting ‘General Run Error” while executing the QTP scripts which give no details what the problem is. Can you please help me in resolving the issue.

    thanks
    apach

  3. I’m begineer in QTP testing and interested in automation of Website using QTP 9.0.
    Descriptive Programming I liek to learn from you.
    I like to create Browser Object and pass the URL as parameter..How to do it?
    My email and Yahoo id: ukveverest@yahoo.com

  4. hi Dhana..

    I am really impressed with ur information. its quite easier to understand. I am really impressed. we just need more. i am looking for DP information. i am trying to get into Automation. so plz give me the hard core explanation to run a web application.

    Thanks and Regards,
    Santhosh Kumar. A

    1. Hi Pradeep,
      Thanks for your comments and visiting my blog.
      REALTesting,I am happy that you are still remembering my farewell mail :)
      -Dhanasekar S

  5. Hi Dhanasekar,

    Came to your blog via Pradeep’s. Like the way write.. the titles, the analogies.. most striking is the conviction with which you write!
    And kudos for being mentioned and blogrolled by James Bach!!

      1. Hi Dhanasekar,
        I must admit that your blog posts have started attracting me already. Now, you will see rain of comments on your blog. But, I am traversing through older posts as I am curious to read them. I will read them and provide the comments and appreciate, argue, debate with you as you have said not to hesitate in one of your posts hehe [ Just kidding ].

        Keep rocking and all the best for your future blog posts my friend.

        Cheers,
        Santhosh Shivanand Tuppad

  6. hi,it would be cool if yu can publish some test ideas for testing rounding off errors,truncation errors,overflow,underflow to check for in mobile and web apps.

    from
    ole

  7. Hi Dhanasekar,

    How are you? I came across your blog and I was wondering if you would be interested in guest blogging on TESTHuddle.com?

    In case you are unaware, TEST Huddle is a software testing community that was launched by EuroSTAR Conferences back in early 2014 and there has been steady growth of members ever since. Today we are proud to say that we have over 2500 members and counting.

    Adding a blog post to TEST Huddle is easy as we have an upload resource option available on the site. You can upload here: http://testhuddle.com/resources/upload-resource/

    The sooner you upload your blog, the sooner we could add it to the blog schedule.

    I look forward to hearing from you,

    Kind regards,
    Daragh

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