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I can't help but think that poor little guys last thought was: oh swEET GOD NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!
Where I work, switch the developer with tester and know you're talking! 😉
Your picture fails to show the cliff in the opposite direction.
OMG!, that is exactly how I feel. It's hard to be a developer.
What is that thing?
LOL, looks like a wet rat…hope they enjoy.
+Sean Patrick dinner…
It has become life lesson #363456243523
Sean Patrick from the picture, I am guessing a snack.
(funny).not always easy but a lil more effort can bring a good result.
A developer's life ! So true
It deppend on developper's knowledge !!
Thanksgiving came early this year guys
As a former tester, why is it that every time we got a new build it was always available Friday at 5pm?
que abusadores son
Glad the tester is represented!
+Dennis Reed That is soooo true! I was supposed to have a build today….guess what?! It's been postponed…imagine that. I wonder if it will be ready by tomorrow at 5?!
economic developer in today's climate? same thing! LOL, thanks.
Even though I'm sure this isn't the case in the picture, I kind of saw the tester as trying to get to the developer and save the day by letting them know all the bugs in the software so that they can fix it before the managers and clients get to them. See +Amanda Blain , the helpful tester to the rescue. =)
Yep when something goes wrong its the devs fault, if the project is successful the manager gets the praise
Creative team 🙂
I try to be nice to my developers but sometimes they lack in the communications department
Noted.. high amount of vocal testers following me here 🙂
I feel ya
I'm hoping to move into business analysis soon
I do have all the respect in the world for my devs
Funny because it's true!
+Alvin Quidem the testers are trying to be the first to the scene so they can tell everyone about the DEFECT!! When the bug makes it into production (ie the tester didn't find it) the picture will show the testers lying down asleep and the managers and clients in the lead.
Hmmm, I don't know
Haha, funny but so true!
Honey badger don't care.
The Developer needs to go independent and get a backer (an Elephant). Tigers don't match up to Elephants.
Very true, of course — but i always thoht of myself more as a tortoise.. proud, very calm, very patient, always analytical, confident, wise, tough shelled (impervious to all the hype, and teeth? what teeth?), intimately aware of everything that trips-up everyone running around, always accused of being too slow, and very nearly always right.
I hear you. Add design to the pack.
Yeah, I was throwing testers a bone there +Daniel Mitchell . Most of my testers are pretty much asleep and don't seem to find easy to spot bugs. I rely more on my automated unit tests to save me. When a bug is found after release, the testers are usually right with the clients and managers complaining to me on how could we have shipped with such a known bug. I've learned to just take the brunt of it and just SMH. As a developer, you will rarely win that fight. =)
great,… interesting point of view.
Add anyone creating something. There's no patience for creation in the business world. Even though that's one of the most essential parts of business.