I've always enjoyed solving logical puzzles and I helped my school friends by tutoring them in difficult subjects such as maths or physics -I remember times when almost all of my classmates were gathered in my bedroom listening carefully to my explanations. So, naturally, I thought about becoming a teacher.
While studying mathematics I became a mother, which shifted my life in another direction. In parallel to studying, I started working as a software developer to support the family. In the following decade, I've tried many different roles: developer, business analyst, project manager, scrum master and finally ended up as a QA.
I love the role of QA because it enables me to learn about every aspect of the project and have a big picture-understanding. I especially like testing automation, where I can combine coding and testing skills and exploratory testing, where I can feel really creative - like a child trying to disassemble a toy.
In my spare time, I enjoy simple activities such as reading, walking in nature, spending time with my family and eating good food. I love to cook and try out new recipes. My specialties are low-carb, higher protein makeovers of popular recipes, which I also presented in my book "Eat like a superhuman".