Date: 2012-08-15 01:27 pm (UTC)From: [personal profile] eylul
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I am not sure to be honest but I don't think the testing structure changed radically since I left the QA.

I'm also of the opinion that if [you] code something [you] shouldn't then turn around and test it
Actually just a small addition here, because people can misunderstand. There is 2 parts to testing. Any form of QA or testing process is no replacement to the requirement of coders initially testing their own code. The coder does unit tests, plus testing manually few cases at least to see something is not broken (if applicable to the bug/feature). But then as you said, someone else who has never seen the code should check and that process has to be independent.

Thank you for your comment

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