Date: 2012-08-15 05:48 am (UTC)From: [personal profile] highlander_ii
highlander_ii: Alex Cabot sitting on a bench with Oliva Benson ([Alex] sitting with Liv)
I initially joined up as a 'QA tester' and, in the beginning, the 'pound on things until they make noise' idea was fine - that 'experiment' stage - but later, we really *really* need a more concrete 'test plan' - both generic and feature-specific - and didn't have one. There was a plan, but it was a bit too generic. It's one of the reasons I cut back on the testing I was doing (one of several). I haven't done a lot of testing since then. I don't know if this has changed since I slid away from testing.

I'm also of the opinion that if [you] code something [you] shouldn't then turn around and test it, b/c [you] won't be able to see certain mistakes that another set of eyes will pick up on pretty quickly. (( generic 'you' in all these here ))

All-in-all - I agree with what you have here. I fully agree that the prioritization of feature implementation should be outside the hands of the ones who will do the implementation.
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