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Web environment
Performing QA in a web environment is much different than QA in a client/server production environment. I literally spend my whole day testing, assigning defects, and then assigning them to devs. Since I am a dev of sorts, it sure hurts my feelings to have to do it. :-) Most of our devs are pretty cool, and we all get along great. There is *so* much to do when updating a web site like ours, no one really has time to fuss much. The team has been teaching me our manual process so far, and I had my ......

Posted On Saturday, July 16, 2005 1:47 AM

New Job
First day with the new job. Looks pretty interesting. Busy place, with lots to do. My job description has changed tons of time since I was interviewed, which I find funny. Once training is completed, though, looks like I will be working on a .Net front-end interface for the testing software API we have. I will still be doing manual software testing about 50% of the time, though. I found the lack of programming IDE installs on my workstation to be a little disappointing. Guess that means it will be ......

Posted On Monday, July 11, 2005 10:24 PM

A Brave New World
I am sitting here in my little cubicle breaking company policy by blogging at work. Now, this seems perhaps to be a reckless act, but I am in fact waiting to hear from HR about who I should give my badge so I can leave. It is time. I am leaving this place for what should be the last time. 6 years of memories is about to be put in an old shoebox, and placed in the back of the closet in favour of some new ones. I go not without a large degree of sadness. When I left the Navy, this place was my shelter ......

Posted On Thursday, July 7, 2005 3:40 AM

Nifty component
I was digging around, looking for an easy way to get at the PocketAccess on my PDA. What's interesting is that .Net CF doesn't have native support for this. Odd, thought I. I did find an most interesting component that wraps most of this up. It's only $39 and can be used with unlimited license once purchased. Sounds like a good deal to me, but I wonder how good. Anyone heard of the ADOCE component? Chances are I'll end up with it, and write a review. But it sure would be cool if someone could either ......

Posted On Friday, July 1, 2005 6:05 AM

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