Radix attains another software testing certification
Six Radix talents signed up for the CTFL exam and passed
Radix just carved out the Foundation Level Testing Certification (CTFL), one of the most renowned software testing certifications worldwide. Six Radix employees signed up for the CTFL exam administered and issued by the International Software Testing Qualifications Board (ISTQB), an international organization of software testing qualification certification.
The Certified Tester Foundation Level training is a career essential for those in the software development and testing domain¹. Starting next week, Radix employees who passed the test – Caroline Rivera, Fernanda Fernandes, Lícia Zilberge, Marcelle Soares, Paulo Vitor Lustoza and Vivian Santos – will be named in the official list of testers certified by the ISTQB.
“We met once a week for a month to study and practice for the exam together. Overall, we think the test difficulty level was average compared to the online samples,” says Lívia Zilberbeg.
The CTFL forms the basis for more advanced certifications. This certification is worldwide recognized, which aids professionals in multinational projects to speak the same language and share their knowledge and learn from one another.
Paulinho, Director of Services celebrates, “I’d like to congratulate them all. They worked hard and deserve this!”
¹ (n.d.). Retrived from https://www.simplilearn.com/quality-management/ctfl-training