At the end of the day
Submitted By: admin on March 13, 2022
QA here. My favorite situation is one or two bugs for an average feature. More bugs lead to more documentation and more re-testing. But if there are 0 bugs, my anxiety kicks in and I start thinking that I've missed something.
Wanna provoke programmers with success messages? Just put them in red.
Submitted By: admin on February 8, 2020
Just route stdout to stderr and you keep everyone on their toes.
and they didn't test it
Submitted By: admin on December 27, 2019
They forgot to close off the API, though. That tube is stuffed with requests that will never be heard from again.
A QA Tester walks into a bar
Submitted By: admin on November 8, 2019
Also remember to order one from 20 time zones, and have it delivered at 12:30am when daylight saving changes
When your Unit Tests don't cover all possible outcomes
Submitted By: MartinWebDev on April 10, 2019
When Volkswagen writes Unit Tests
Submitted By: admin on October 27, 2018