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North Bay Software QA Meetup

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  • Steven W.

    Good to see everyone and hear how your QA jobs are going!

    August 6, 2015

  • Steven W.

    Here's a list of testing myths -- do you have any to add?

    Myth 1 : Testing is Too Expensive
    Myth 2 : Testing is Time-Consuming
    Myth 3 : Only Fully Developed Products are Tested
    Myth 4 : Complete Testing is Possible
    Myth 5 : A Tested Software is Bug-Free
    Myth 6 : Missed Defects are due to Testers
    Myth 7 : Testers are Responsible for Quality of Product
    Myth 8 : Test Automation should be used wherever possible to Reduce Time
    Myth 9 : Anyone can Test a Software Application
    Myth 10 : A Tester's only Task is to Find Bugs

    See you all tomorrow night. Ask the hostess if you can't find us, and bring a jacket in case it gets cold!

    August 4, 2015

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