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Former member of C# team at Microsoft. Now a stay-at-home dad and DIY homesteader.


Jan
31
comment When is it OK not to have dedicated testers/QA team?
Also "once you discover that you are building the right software, you need to improve quality, but you will continue to iterate quickly."
Jan
31
comment When is it OK not to have dedicated testers/QA team?
I don't think that's what he was saying. Instead, I think he said "In the context of lean web startups in land-grab mode, building software right is not as important as building the right software. You can only find out if you're building the right software if you release early and often, and don't delay to test. "
Jan
17
comment When is it OK not to have dedicated testers/QA team?
Great answers are usually more than a link. Could you summarize the talk?
Jan
17
comment How to assure quality when you don't have dedicated testers?
related: sqa.stackexchange.com/questions/695/…
Jul
4
comment Tester Versus Test cases written by the tester
"i feel it is worth for debate." StackExchange is not the right place for debate.
Jun
8
comment What kind of testing should a developer do before passing a build to the QA team?
Related: sqa.stackexchange.com/questions/54/…
May
11
comment Is the “Joel Test” appropriate when looking for a QA job?
I like this, although some items are very difficult to measure in any objective way (#5, #9, #11).
May
6
comment How do you tell a programmer they're not testing their own code enough?
+1 for the last line: developers love working in good quality code.
May
4
comment Is the “Joel Test” appropriate when looking for a QA job?
(Not sure how to tag this; please retag.)