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Mar
22
answered Should I write a small test for every ticket / defect?
Mar
22
revised Is there an easy way to verify all elements of an application have been translated?
respond to Tester101's comment
Mar
22
revised Is there an easy way to verify all elements of an application have been translated?
edited tags
Mar
21
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
21
revised Selenium 2.0 WebDriver: Clearing Session Data
formatting
Mar
21
answered Selenium 2.0 WebDriver: Clearing Session Data
Mar
21
reviewed Reject
Mar
21
reviewed Reject eggplant tag wiki
Mar
21
reviewed Approve eggplant tag wiki excerpt
Mar
21
reviewed Approve
Mar
21
revised Is Eggplant any good for image capture and image recognition?
link added
Mar
21
answered Is there an easy way to verify all elements of an application have been translated?
Mar
20
comment Running WebDriver tests in parallel using testng.xml
What happens now?
Mar
19
comment What are the best practices for error seeding
@Dez Welcome to SQA, BTW. This might be a good subject for a new question.
Mar
19
revised What are the best practices for error seeding
mention false positives
Mar
19
comment What are the best practices for error seeding
@Dez yes, I agree it is a symptom of communication problems. Sometimes communication works best when people are in proximity, which of course is not possible when the team is remote. These problems can be mitigated with the right effort. Will the organization invest that effort? Sometimes yes, sometimes no.
Mar
19
comment What are the best practices for error seeding
Welcome to SQA, J.R. Aside from D and U, it may also be interesting to know the number of false positives (the number of reports that turned out not to be bugs). As I understand it, this can be as big an issue with outsourced QA as the bug detection rate.
Mar
19
comment What is UAT Protocol?
@momo I cannot speak for Phil, but I do not think he intended to be rude. Many questions in SQA fall into this category: someone uses a term when communicating with the OP, and then OP asks us what that person meant. The answer is always the same: we know how we use that term, but our opinion does not matter. If you really need an answer, the best policy is to say something like, "I am sorry, but you used a term that people use in different ways. What do you mean when you use that term?"
Mar
19
answered What are the best practices for error seeding
Mar
19
comment What is UAT Protocol?
Agreed. If you are worried about looking stupid in front of the customer, you can always say, "At our company, when we say UAT Protocol, we mean...", and then say something that sounds reasonable to you (and that you are prepared to actually do). I think Joe's guess is reasonable, but you should decide for yourself.