Actually this post should have been already written last Monday, but there were too many things going on. But lets start, now!
It was an unbelievable Monday. And definitely the best one ever in my life. After 8 years of active contribution to the Mozilla project, I was getting hired by Mozilla. Means, from now on I work as a full-time QA engineer in the QA execution team. And like any other remotely connected office-less person I’m working from home. For now I’m based in Karlsruhe which is located at the west side of Germany. But after years away from my homeland I will move back and enjoy the living in the beautiful capital of Saxony, called Dresden.
If anyone is interested on which topics I’ll work, here some raw data for now:
- MozMill test creation for functional ui testing
- Litmus testcase creation
- Release testing for Firefox 3.0.x/3.1 and Thunderbird 2.0.0.x
- Content creation for QMO
- Community work
- The usual Bugzilla work
Thanks everybody for the warm welcome last week. I’m really anxious to see how everything is managed in the headquarters. And also to meet anyone of you over there next month.
But for now it should be enough. Lets dig into MozMill and create some helpful UI tests…