RE: What are you working on?

Subject: RE: What are you working on?
From: Maggie_Secara -at- capgroup -dot- com
Date: Thu, 9 Nov 2006 09:18:35 -0800

The contract for our group's QA team is up, the project they came in to
help with is done, and they're all leaving at the end of the month (eek!).
That doesn't mean there will be no more testing however, so a few of the
BSAs and I are going to be taking up the slack, which means being on the
receiving end of a hopefuly complete knowledge dump from the testing lead.
I've never been much involved in software testing before, but here I am
learning new tools and new stuff, and writing it all up. Then I also get to
head up our group's web page effort, and a number of other things I've
never done before. In some ways, it's slightly freaking me out, but in
others, it's pretty cool. It's also keeping me working, and that's ok. :)



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