Sunday, 24 January 2010

How to spot a tester in a...



Whenever you're testing, make sure you know why you're testing!

14 comments:

  1. Try going into Asda's and buying two items from their self service checkouts. Apparently, if you attempt to buy, for instance, two aubergines, the transaction fails with a completely unrelated error. One aubergine fine. Three aubergines fine. Two? No deal.

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  2. Well obviously two Aubergines is being greedy and no shopper would ever buy two! :-)

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  3. Brilliant! I actually did this and a good tester buddy just sent me a link to the cartoon. I actually started laughing out loud BECAUSE of how true it was!

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  4. Wonderful!!!

    I can't tell you how many times this has happened to me!

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  5. Can it be any 2 items? Is it still a defect? I'd love to try this :)

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  6. This tells us something about the check out system.... :)

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  7. hahahaha... hell funny.

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  8. ha ha ha ha ha ...................:D

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  9. My Answer usally is because I can and a user might :)

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  10. Good one!!!jokes apart but message conveyed in too good....

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