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This is the latest version of the commitments I make when I work with a programmer. Dear Programmer, My job is to help you look good. My job is to support you as you create quality; to ease that burden instead of adding to it.
In that spirit, I make the following commitments to you. Tester I provide a service. You are an important client of that service.
I am not satisfied unless you are satisfied. I am not the gatekeeper of quality. Shipping a good product is a goal shared by all of us. I will test your code as soon as I can after you deliver it to me.
I know that you need my test results quickly especially for fixes and new features. I will strive to test in a way that allows you to be fully productive.
I will not be a bottleneck. I will learn the product quickly, and make use of that knowledge to test more cleverly. I will test important things first, and try to find important problems. I will also report things you might consider unimportant, just in case they turn out to be important after all, but I will spend less time on those.
I will strive to test in the interests of everyone whose opinions matter, including you, so that you can make better decisions about the product. I will write clear, concise, thoughtful, and respectful problem reports.
I may make suggestions about design, but I will never presume to be the designer. And I will confer with you about little things you can do to make the product much easier to test. I invite your special requests, such as if you need me to spot check something for you, help you document something, or run a special kind of test.
I will not carelessly waste your time. Or if I do, I will learn from that mistake. Yong Goo Yeo has created a Prezi of this. That said, I fell at point 1. This is not a joke.
And point 1 is the most important point. Of course there are alternative service providers. Testing is not programming. Programmers are not testers. If you mix that, you do a sorry job of both.
Please meditate on the difference between service and subservience. I am a servant and I am proud of that.
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