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Re: RFC: Perl Testing -- How to Introduce to a team

by NovMonk (Chaplain)
on Oct 20, 2006 at 18:00 UTC ( #579663=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to RFC: Perl Testing -- How to Introduce to a team

I just wanted to take a minute and thank everyone for the helpful advice. I think we have enough to get us started. I'm sure the learning curve will be steep, but I'll try to keep notes so someday I can share in this space some things geared to folks like me who are inexperienced programmers and first time testers.

Of course, if anyone has more thoughts or ideas, by all means, please share them. One thing I've noticed in my research is that people who have been testing for any length of time, tend to forget the hurdles of those first few days/ weeks/ minutes. I think testing completely changes your habits of thought, and that's in fact what I'm hoping will happen here. But anecdotes from the early days of people's testing careers really are full of insight, at least for me.

Thanks again, brothers and sisters. I'll head back out to the stables now. Got some mucking out to do in my thought processes, I do believe.

Pax,

Novmonk
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