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להיות נחושים, ללא פשרות וחלק מהצוות

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שלישי, 08 יולי 2014 08:00
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פעמים רבות אני שומע על המאבק הנצחי בין הבודקים והמפתחים, כמו שני שבטים המנסים לנצח את שדה הקרב המכונה בדרך כלל "ישיבת באגים" או במונח עדין יותר "הישיבה".

אני כל יום מודה על כך שאת תחילת דרכי בתחום ה-QA עשיתי בצוות פיתוח קטן, ויחד בדרך של שיתוף פעולה וכבוד הדדי, הצלחנו לשפר משמעותית את תפקוד ויציבות המוצר על גרסותיו.

היחסים בינינו טובים ואפילו חבריים, עם זאת, כל אחד מאיתנו נחוש ולא מתפשר כאשר אנחנו צריכים להגן על עמדתנו.

בזכות הכבוד ההדדי כל צד מרגיש שעמדנו נלקחת ברצינות גם אם בסופו של דבר לא מתקבלת, וכל צד מנסה להבין את נקודת המבט של הצד השני.

אחרי הכל כולנו מעוניינים במטרה משותפת - לשחרר גירסה באיכות הכי גבוהה שאפשר בין אם זה יעילות, ביצועים או חווית משתמש.


Determined Dog

שונה לאחרונה ב רביעי, 09 יולי 2014 05:29

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