Monday, 29 March 2010

bug advocacy

37 comments:

  1. awesome! well summarized
    -Dhanasekar S
    http://testingideas.wordpress.com

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  2. I should rather say well picturised or cartoonised.
    -Dhanasekar S

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  3. Nice topic, I like this topic so much

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  4. This cartoons speaks a lot on testing

    its rightly said "picture can we worth 1000 words" something like that

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  5. Why is the bug called a lady bird and not a lady bug? =>

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  6. That's such creative way of putting across.

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  7. Very enthusiastic to break the silence in the office..

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  8. illustrated very well... I feel for bugs too!!!

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  9. Thanks for all the great feedback. Keep them coming :)

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  10. Anto Vimal Ratharaj26 October 2011 at 00:26

    Wow!!!. A nice way of reminding ourself, the common practices we miss to do.

    Thanks for sharing it!!

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  11. Not sure I understand the difference between the first and the last pic! :(

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  12. Hi Domeniconi,

    Thanks for your comment.
    There's isn't much difference between the two images, but it's more from a humans point of view, the first one is reminding us that we can forget stuff so writing details down while we test and raising bugs as we find them is generally good practice. The second image is reminding us that bugs costs money (in varying degrees).

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  13. Andy, this is your best. thinking of bug's feeling is a great way to think of defects as something with life. i love it.

    Thanks,
    Raj
    http://geektester.blogspot.com/

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  14. So true! Just shared this with my colleagues.. what a great and friendly reminder on how to take care of our little friends :)
    Great work!

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  15. Very Nice!

    The Ladybug had me a bit confused, though, as the Danish translation (Mariehøne), as far as I know, only describes the most common variety in Europe, namely Coccinella septempunctata, which, as the name implies, always has exactly seven spots ;-)

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  16. Hi Sune,

    That's a cool fact. Thanks for sharing.
    It made me want to learn more about the different ladybird species:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ladybird

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  17. This is great! I love it! :)

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  18. wow its awesome:) keep going:)

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  19. always like this and i print it in a big size and put it in my department :)

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  20. Thanks all for the comments!
    Tiara, Glad to hear the cartoon is coming in useful for your department :)

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  21. Hello Andy, your cartoons are really very nice. your blog is very informational and funny too. I am a tester and i am reading your other carton pics for the first time. :)
    Few days back, I found this one by doing google search and drew this cartoon on a white sheet and colored it and it got in our dept newsletter. Today when i saw the newsletter, thought should give the site a visit. :) thanks once again.

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  22. Cool cartoons.. I really liked them

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  23. Really nice explanation with pictures. No need to read thousand words to understand something.

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  24. This is brilliant! We would like to put this picture on a big TV in our office. Any chance we can get a higher res version?

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    1. Hi Dmitry, let me know your email address? Cheers, Andy.

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  25. I love the cartoon way of expressing things

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