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Nov
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comment What factors should affect the ratio of QA/Test staff vs. App Developers
+1 for noting that QA is part of a risk/reward decision. Where it is appropriate or acceptable to have a higher risk of defects, less QA may be OK; conversely, if that risk is not acceptable, it will move you toward a lower ratio of dev:qa.
Jul
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comment Accessibility Testing - Should it be considered functional testing or non functional testing?
If the site is not accessible to someone, its functionality is worthless to them, so I would argue that it is functional.
Jun
21
answered Tools for testing iPhone apps
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May
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revised What are some ways In which testing a mobile application is different from testing a PC application?
Added location awareness and screen sizes bullets
May
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answered What are some ways In which testing a mobile application is different from testing a PC application?
May
20
comment What are some ways In which testing a mobile application is different from testing a PC application?
This is a great start; added an edit (awaiting review) to suggest location awareness and screen sizes as additional considerations.
May
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May
20
comment What additional benefits does an QA /Developer engineer bring to a project
+1 for the boredom hueristic concept. In addition to automated testing, a developer/tester is more likely to see the opportunities to build helper tools -- a javascript favelet to reveal hidden information on a web page, or a SQL script to help validate back-end data.
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