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Indian testers are blogging – Are you missed out?

It has been a year since I started blogging. Initially I started with TestersBlog, then RookieTester & now is the final blog and I won’t be creating yet another blog. From the time I started my blog I knew many bloggers but now the number has increased drastically and Indian testers are blogging consistently. I am happy about it but the number should increase. And for those who have started a blog with interest and later then haven’t updated their blog, I ask them to be consistent in blogging. I have been requesting many Indian testers to blog frequently but I see that there is something which they are not aware of which is blocking them. So how can you help yourself to clear those blockers?

Few points you can think about and clear the blockers,

  1. Know what is blocking you?
  2. Try to think about points which can help you clearing these blockers
  3. Then work on clearing the blockers
  4. Seek someone’s help in starting blogging – I am here to help you
  5. Do not think of where do I start from? Just write your first blog post in text editor and publish it ( Do not worry about how good or bad it is )

Few things to remember while blogging,

  1. Do not copy / paste definitions like What is Smoke / Sanity Testing / QA / QC ( Blog about good stuff )
  2. Do not copy and post some other’s work in your blog ( It is important to owe credits if you are using someone’s work )
  3. Share your own experiences which you write on your own ( This helps your writing skill )

I hope this post can bring at least little bit of change in Indian testers who would kick start to blog right now without thinking some crap stuff giving lame reason(s).


I have been as a software tester for over 5 years. I am a hands-on tester and I've been winning bug battles & testing competitions across the world. I am a testing enthusiast, who conducts free workshops on security testing across India (Covered locations: Bengaluru, Pune, Hyderabad & Chennai. Invite him to come to your location), and monthly meets for testers in Bengaluru. I am also an avid testing blogger.

My interests include traveling, driving my SUV, health & fitness and many others. I mentor budding entrepreneurs, testers, teams in any profession.

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