My Journey so far…

I’ve had the good fortune to view IT from various perspectives of the SDLC and my roles have evolved progressively since I first set foot as a young engineer.



2011 – 2013 (QA Engineer):

Responsibilities of manual and automation testing.Initially into QA of a Desktop Application, later moved into QA of Web Applications. In this period I have extensively worked with QTP and Selenium as part of the automation architecture in my workplaces on desktop applications. Also built expertise in various QA processes of Test Case designing, documentation & test management.

Highlight: ISTQB Foundation Level Certification

2014 -2015 (SDET Engineer):

Responsibilities were reduced from manual QA activities and more into developing automation frameworks – Desktop Automation using Selenium and Mobile applications automation using Appium. Writing custom scripts for Mac Platform using Applescript. Single point of contact in my team to build up Continuous Integrations (CI) pipelines using Jenkins. Writing custom Python scripts to automate various build tasks. Managing automation integrations and adding it to the build pipeline.

Highlight: Spot Award for ‘Successful Implementation of Appium Automation Framework on iOS.’

2015-present (Senior Engineer):

Responsibilities have changed into a JavaScript based Web Development role. Let’s see where this goes 😉


All in all it has been a wonderful career with lots and lots of learning. I understand the importance of all roles in a SDLC personally having contributed in all 3 of them. It has surely refined my knowledge over the years and built up a passion inside me for technology! Want to be keep going and excel in my craft. And one last thing to all reading…

“What you lack in skill… You can make up with will…”

Cheers to a wonderful life ahead 🙂



2 responses to “My Journey so far…

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s