QA

Apparently even in support, I can’t escape QA.

Our new task, at least until the end of the month, is to do UAT(User Acceptance Testing) on the latest version of the product.
Why isn’t the QA team doing this?
Apparently they’re nutters.

Those wacky QA!

BTW, I hate writing test cases.

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One thought on “QA

  1. I’m gonna go out on a limb here and guess that

    a) They assume Support has a better handle on user expectation than QA. And/or
    b) QA’s swamped with a crapload of functional and integration testing. 😛

    We don’t make Support test very often, but in a crunch, it’s one or both of those. 😛

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