TechAIDBlogMy Experience Working as a Lead QA Engineer – Sigfrido Pujols
By Sigfrido Pujols 06/20/2019 1

My Experience Working as a Lead QA Engineer – Sigfrido Pujols

My Experience Working as Lead QA Engineer

As can be imagined, working as a Lead QA Engineer for a distributed team came with the package. A definite perk of it has been the traffic or lack thereof. And since we have the liberty to work in whichever environment you deem proper (with the right conditions regarding an internet connection, power, etc.), we mostly work in a comfy environment where we can fully concentrate and give our best.

The best of working with other people from different cultures and languages

Sigfrido
Author: Sigfrido Pujols- Lead QA Engineer


In the past two years, I’ve had the experience of meeting wonderful folks from different countries worldwide. Folks that even though may speak a different mother tongue and perhaps have different cultures or mannerisms, all share a common goal in mind, which is to put our knowledge and expertise into the quality assurance area gained through years of experience in the service of our clients and help them reach success which in turn continues to make us thrive.

This is insignificant, thanks to the vision of the ever-changing technological world and the bold leaders who took the risk of giving the idea a chance. That idea is the one of having a team of experts who, even though didn’t share an office space nor sit next to each other, are professionals and prepared enough to work in sync to achieve the task at hand.

Not everything is rosy!

Because, like everything, it is not without its risks. With the wrong team or the wrong leadership, things can fail very quickly. For this, communication is the key to success. And thanks to the aid of technology, we can close a bit of the distance gap by doing live meetings via the web with our teams and clients to communicate the happenings on each project and be up to date to take the necessary steps/measures to ensure success above.

It has been quite a challenge, and not because of that, any less exciting to be part of a distributed team. Has been a great experience and not something I’ll be willing to change soon.

 

“I worked at an office for about 7 years and getting a remote job was a dream of mine for nearly that same amount of time.”

 

Author: Sigfrido Pujols
Lead Software QA Engineer of TechAID
LinkedIn: Sigfrido Pujols
This is insignificant, thanks to the vision of the ever-changing technological world and the bold leaders who took the risk of giving the idea a chance. That idea is the one of having a team of experts who, even though didn’t share an office space nor sit next to each other, are professionals and prepared enough to work in sync to achieve the task at hand.

Not everything is rosy!

Because, like everything, it is not without its risks. With the wrong team or the wrong leadership, things can fail very quickly. For this, communication is the key to success. And thanks to the aid of technology, we can close a bit of the distance gap by doing live meetings via the web with our teams and clients to communicate the happenings on each project and be up to date to take the necessary steps/measures to ensure success above.

It has been quite a challenge, and not because of that, any less exciting to be part of a distributed team. Has been a great experience and not something I’ll be willing to change soon.

It has been quite a challenge, and not because of that, any less exciting to be part of a distributed team. Has been a great experience and not something I’ll be willing to change soo

GO BACK TO Distributed teams

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