Do You Read All of the Documentation? | Huddle Weekly Testing Poll

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Each week on Huddle we share a poll on the big questions in Testing in our weekly Software Survey of Testers. You might feel a certain way about how many years it takes to become a good tester or you might have a certain opinion on ISO standards or testing problems but what are the opinions of others and how does your opinion fit into the thoughts of the software test.

 

There has been much a bit of discussion recently on the forums here and in blog posts on documentation in testing. How important is it? Sometimes not all the documentation is read which can cause problems but can the testing be done without reading all the documentation?

Do You Read All of the Documentation?

Do You Need To Read All The Documentation For Testing?
Yes, Read Everything
33%
1
Yes but dont read everything
33%
1
Yes but read only most important areas
33%
1
No, You can Test without it
0%
0
Other
0%
0
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