Things have been a bit quite here at QAInsight for the last few months wouldn’t you agree? As always the days and nights are never quite long enough to get all those things I want done.
I have one excuse though.
Actually I have more than one but I’m only going to share one with you:
I’ve been working undercover with the FBI and Viacom to help parse Google/YouTube logs to obtain logons which relate to IPs, which point to people who are uploading copyrighted content. A mass effort to prepare for the largest bust in digital history.
No… Just kidding.
Really, I’m kidding don’t start with that death threat stuff. I’ve already had three this week.
Apparently the insightful QA advice found on said Software QA blog has increased defect finding and input by QA Engineers across the globe and developers are angry. Go figure, they want to eliminate me because apparently I’m the ring-leader that has slowed down their development process and release to production.
It’s just a blog. I set forth ideas, I didn’t do the defect finding. Please spare my life. Please? I have kids.
In fear of my life I’m going to lie low a while.
In the meantime, take some more QA advice from me and go check out Go Daddy’s new QA blog BugCrushers.com. They have a QA army of 50 talented individuals. I expect to see some good stuff come from these peeps.
Oh… By the way, if you’re a developer and you see posts on BugCrushers.com where the author is “Brent Strange”…
IT’S NOT ME. It’s another Brent Strange. Ironically this one does QA too. Go figure.