How much should programmers help testers in designing tests? I don't think they should help at all. My worry is that if they help testers in designing tests for their own code, they'll 'infect' ...
If you can choose whether to work on a project alone or in a team, what would be your choice and why? And if you want to work in a team, what is the ideal team size?
Coding standards are common in any software development organization, but how important are they to follow? I can understand the need for some consistency, but when dealing with simple things like ...
Tester and blogger Lanette Creamer recently posted this question on Twitter: If you are a professional software developer who works with testers, think of the best testers you know. What traits do ...
On any team, you are going to have the need for more grizzled and grey developers and some young pups. Some reasons include: Money. There are often tasks that don't require the same level of ...
Our office is moving soon and we have the opportunity to redesign our office space. We have five developers and a couple of testers, working with a project manager, and a business analyst. I'd like ...
Assume that a company runs several projects simultaneously. When a project reaches certain state (is completed, beta is shipped, etc) some people move to the other projects, then to the other, ad ...
My team leader has this terrible habit of mucking with the database schema, and making changes that would cause severe breakage on the code base (without really consulting me on how the changes would ...