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There must be some parts of it that you don’t enjoy doing?
I don’t like having to deal with people (usually in management) who don’t recognize the value of testing. Always having to fight an uphill battle with them is exhausting and frustrating. And more often than not, a waste of time.
I don’t like perforCming a fixed set of tests over and over again, like a smoke test on each build. Though its essential, it gets boring.
The chapter in test documents “Purpose”. I always have the urge to write “because our process framework says so” – but that doesn’t fly past the audit.
Neither do I like the notion that everything can be planned, predicted and written down in advance. ..
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