I don't have much real life experience with project development and testing, apart from small collegeprojects.
During my software engineering lecture, from a bunch of notes, a simple statement caught my eye:
Myths of testing:
- I have been put into testing, what is wrong with me?
I was like:
Is this really a myth? Is this not for real? Don’t people in testing team want to be developers? Won’t they think why I am into testing, but not in development? Or people in development are better than me?
Why I think in this way: because after all these years, in the end if I don't get to write my own software, but have to debug other people's code, won't someone be disappointed?
But, on the other hand, maybe I am wrong. It's not just only to sit and debug other's code... There's much more.
Am I missing something?