Who is Esther.ai?

Did you know the origins of the name Esther?

Most sources say it comes from an old Persian word for “star,” others say that it’s derived from the name of the Mesopotamian goddess Ishtar.

Esther (Hebrew: אֶסְתֵּר) is a prominent figure in the Old Testament. In the Bible, Esther was the Jewish wife of the Persian king, and risked her own life to save her people from an antisemitic royal advisor.

According to the Hebrew Bible, queen Esther was born with the name הֲדַסָּה‎ Hadassah (“Myrtle”). Her name was changed to Esther to hide her identity upon becoming queen of Persia. The three letter root of Esther in Hebrew is s-t-r (סתר‎), “hide, conceal”. The passive infinitive is (לְהִסָּ֫תֶר‎), “to be hidden”.[1]

We all know that software testers should be the real stars in the SDLC, although they are often hidden in the team, they protect against issues getting into Production.

Esther the Tester

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