Thursday, July 26, 2012

Why testers know best...

Because testers ask questions when they don't understand
Because testers think about what can go wrong and not how it should work
Because testers are not dedicated to go live in time
Because testers still want to go live in time more than finding bugs that don't matter
Because testers love finding bugs that matter
Because testers don't have much advantage in telling 'I told you so'
Because in the end, if a problem is not fixed in time, the tester suffers from that so they are driven to find issues and defects early
Because testers don't have 'babies' to protect and therefore are the least biased people in the project
Because testers have a critical technical eye for detail and understand what business wants in the same time

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