Tuesday, December 06, 2005

QA vs Dev

Dec 8 2005

If QAs are given a goal to find n number of bugs per day and Dev is given a goal to fix n number of bugs per day (without injections!) how can both achieve their goals ?

I was writing about this topic yesterday and today I received an answer from a new Messenger friend of mine Rakesh Reddy from Hyderabad.

Newton's Laws to the Software World

Law 1. Every Software Engineer continues his state of chatting or forwarding mails unless he is assigned work by external unbalanced manager.

Law 2. The rate of change in the software is directly proportional to the payment received from client and takes place at the quick rate as when deadline force is applied.

Law 3 . For every Use Case Manifestation there is an equal but opposite Software Implementation.

Bonus Law 4. Bugs can neither be created nor be removed from software by a developer. It can only be converted from one form to another. The total number of bugs in the software always remains constant.

I think the bonus law answers my question !

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