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If your company doesn't have a quality assurance professional on
staff, I'd say the engineers should draft the test plans, then you
should review them to clear up any ambiguity they might have missed.
On Thu, May 8, 2014 at 1:09 PM, Debra Kahn <kahndebra -at- gmail -dot- com> wrote:
> Hi Milan,
> We're talking about a reasonably simple, plastic consumer product. (Some
> models have electronics, but nothing earth-shattering.) Tests involve
> dropping it from certain heights, examining its resistance to chemicals,
> I created some test report templates for the engineers to use (in MSWord).
> They are concerned that its better/more accurate for them to write (filling
> out my template) than for them to explain the test to me and for me to meet
> to write...
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