This is the official list that U.S. employers use to verify if you have ISTQB software testing certification, ASTQB mobile testing certification and/or IQBBA business analyst certification. The only way to appear on this list is if you register for your certification exam through AT*SQA, the global ISTQB exam provider for ASTQB, the American Software Testing Qualifications Board.
Fortune recently published a column by McKinsey & Company entitled "Why Legacy Companies Must Reinvent — or Die." The authors predict massive changes across industries due to "a perfect storm of hardware and software — such as sensors, deep learning, AI, next-generation chipsets, and virtual reality — that has reached sufficient maturity to enable new things (for example, autonomous vehicles) and new business models (such as virtual warehousing)."
It’s true, quality in software development projects doesn’t just happen on its own. Quality usually doesn’t happen when the project depends on a small group of heroes to ride in on their white horses and wave their shiny swords to vanquish the problems. Quality happens when careful planning is done, when the entire project team maintains a quality-conscious approach every step, when problems don’t escape from the phase in which they were introduced. A quality product is a team effort. It’s planned and predictable. It’s without heroes, and it’s faster and cheaper than a low quality effort.