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Software Tester / Quality Assurance

About Boondoggle

Boondoggle is an agency with a mission to make brands stronger.  Digital innovation is an important part of creating services that last, which is why Boondoggle creates most of their digital products in-house.  With our motto 'Together Beyond', service designers, graphical designers, functional analysts, technical developers, creatives, strategists etc work together to create, maintain and support innovative services for our clients.  

Responsibilities and Duties

  • You are responsible for testing the products and seeing if they match the initial functional specifications as well as test the non-functional requirements.  
  • You will do this first and foremost from an end-user perspective, but you shouldn't be afraid to automate your tests to avoid repetitive work, in fact you should strive for it.
  • Your input will be appreciated already starting with the functional analysis, where you can already decide if something has flaws and can be tested, before any development needs to start.

Qualifications and Skills

  • You like to dive into the details and find flaws in both the functional specification as the delivered product.
  • You never believe a developer when they assure you a small code change won't break existing functionality.
  • You know UAT, RT, IT, UT, ST, etc are not just some random letters.
  • You don't like repetitive work so the existence of NUnit, XUnit, Selenium and Specflow makes you happy.
  • You are above all a team player that likes to work in a heterogeneous environment where people with different skill sets meet and create great products together.

Benefits and Perks

  • We offer a competitive salary with legal benefits included
  • You get to work in a creative environment in a renovated brewery at walking distance from Leuven station
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