Cartoon Tester

On 8 octubre, 2010, in Jokes, by twiindan

Hace ya tiempo que sigo un blog de testing bastante curioso la verdad, ya que no es el típico blog con articulos sobre testing unicamente si no que el creador Andy Glover intenta darle un poco de humor a nuestro día a día con chistes o viñetas, que va realizando para endulzar un poco esta disciplina.

Aquí os dejo una de las que más me ha gustado y que justamente tuve la suerte de poder corroborar ayer mismo en mi trabajo (un bug muy grande atrajo a una marabunta de developers curiosos y escepticos). Espero que os guste, y no dejéis de seguir el blog de Andy Glover para sonreir de vez en cuando!

Podéis ver el resto de las viñetas creadas por Andy aquí.

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Testing Jokes

On 1 julio, 2010, in Jokes, by twiindan

El poder reirse de nuestro trabajo es esencial en algunos casos para no acabar subiendote por las paredes, por eso os dejo una serie de diferencias entre los puntos de vista de un desarrollador y de un tester.

Optimistic Developer: The glass is half full
Pessimistic Tester: The glass is twice as big as required

Optimistic Developer: This code hasn’t yet been tested. It’s not known if it has any bugs.
Pessimistic Tester: This code hasn’t yet been tested. It’s not known if it works.

Optimistic Developer: We are 90% done.
Pessimistic Tester: We don’t know when we’ll be done, if ever

Optimistic Developer: We will refactor the code to make it better
Pessimistic Tester: They are throwing out the working code and replacing it with an unknown quantity

Optimistic Developer: I only changed one line of code
Pessimistic Tester: The entire system must be retested

Optimistic Developer: The code is the design
Pessimistic Tester: There is no design

Optimistic Developer: We’ll fix those bugs later, when we have time
Pessimistic Tester: We never have enough time to fix the bugs

Optimistic Developer: This build is feature complete
Pessimistic Tester: The features exist; some are completely broken

Optimistic Developer: Anything is possible, given enough time
Pessimistic Tester: Everything has flaws, and given enough time I can prove it

Optimistic Developer: Of course it will work
Pessimistic Tester: It might work, but probably won’t

Optimistic Developer: One last bug fix, and we can ship tomorrow
Pessimistic Tester: Fixing this one bug will likely lead to two more

Optimistic Developer: Stop finding bugs, or we’ll never be done
Pessimistic Tester: Stop creating bugs, so I can find them all

Optimistic Developer: There’s no need for more tests
Pessimistic Tester: Let’s just run a few more tests to be sure

Optimistic Developer: There is no I in TEAM
Pessimistic Tester: We can’t spell BUGS without U

Optimistic Developer: That’s an “undocumented feature”
Pessimistic Tester: That’s a bug

Optimistic Developer: I like to build things
Pessimistic Tester: I like to break things

Optimistic Developer: Sure, we can use the Beta version of this component in Production
Pessimistic Tester: We should wait until version 2.1

Sabéis de alguno más?

Fuente original by Joe Strazzere.

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