Thanks for the feedback. This is the sort of feedback I was hoping for, so I can be prepared before I meet with our QA guy. :-) To answer your question, we have one QA guy and I'll need to refine these notes before I meet with him. As you might expect, he's more interested in process than I am, his primary concerns being things like "how should we enforce the coding standard?". In the past, we've sorta had coding standards (actually, too many of them) and informal code reviews, but they've never been enforced consistently across the organisation, especially when deadlines are tight.
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