Monthly Archives: March 2013

Testing: where losing is winning

Testing, summarized to one sentence: When you are testing your software, your most colossal failures are your most colossal victories, but only because you found them before you went-live. A few years back, I was on a project where one … Continue reading

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Why don’t we have more documentation?

I love this question. I’ve heard it a thousand times (well, maybe not a thousand, but pretty close). People ask this question with such consternation and condemnation in their eyes. They brow-beat you as if they just busted you for dodging … Continue reading

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