Latest Column — Software Testers are not helpless (sbarber's blog)

On October 4, 2008, in Syndicated, by Association for Software Testing

My latest column…

During a coffee break at a class the other week, I overheard the following comment from one student to another:

Tester: “This stinks! All of my automated test scripts are broken and I can’t seem to get the tool to work now that the developers have enabled Secure Sockets Layer. I’m going to have to work through the weekend.

I know that it’s generally considered rude to eavesdrop, and ruder still to comment on a conversation you weren’t invited to, but I figured that since I was teaching the class I’d be forgiven. Besides, I simply couldn’t help myself.

Read the rest of the column.

Scott Barber
President & Chief Technologist, PerfTestPlus, Inc.
Executive Director, Association for Software Testing
Co-Author, Performance Testing Guidance for Web Applications
"If you can see it in your mind…
     you will find it in your life."

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