re: Have you ever learned something (or a better way of doing something) in software development that a non-developer taught you? VIEW POST

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I thought I wrote a script for everything...until I met this top-knotch QA guy who hated doing anything twice.

We ended up setting up a git repo to share our scripts, pretty soon all the devs and QAs were pulling from it.

We did have to stop when people wanted to start filing bugs against this scrappy-script repo!

I'll say it a thousand times: good QA is worth their weight in gold.

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