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Subject:Writing vs. Testing From:Leona Dupree <llmdupree -at- YAHOO -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 21 May 1999 12:30:50 -0700
Howdy,I actually like being part of the testing process when I can do
One time and one time only, I participated in the official "test run"of
software. We sat and clicked on the same series of buttons over and
over and over and over. Luckily, they only required two hour shifts.If
would have had to do it any longer, I think I would have screamed.
I can understand why the original poster was frustrated if that is
Now that you put it this way, testing is mind numbing; however, we all
have to wear many hats sometimes. I didn't realize some Technical
Writers were having to debug and do QA testing. I learned something
Leona L. Magee-Dupree
Have a nice day!
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