It was late 2005. I was preparing for my new job at Qentinel, a small software quality assurance shop. My future team members were each presenting those big, important, and exciting things they thought I should know before I officially start as the CEO of Qentinel in January 2006.
Happy test cases by developers lead to damaged brand
In my first internships as a tester in an internal startup, I was sitting within 10 m to the development and the business. This was a brilliant opportunity for me to learn how differently they think and operate. One of the most exciting observation was to witness a business requirement being translated into a code, and very seldom, if ever the code was an exact implementation of the business requirement.