— Randy Olson (@randal_olson) September 24, 2016
If you want to understand the effect of something, try getting rid of it.
— Ben Simo (@QualityFrog) September 23, 2016
Plan for the worst; hope for the least bad.
— The Director (@QAHatesYou) September 22, 2016
— Paul Grizzaffi (@pgrizzaffi) September 19, 2016
#Testing fun – do something you (or a software user) can do but is 'wrong' & watch how the system handles it. Don't forget the popcorn.
— Pete Walen (@PeteWalen) September 16, 2016
If you don't have time to write tests now, will you have time to chase down defects later? @jwgrenning
— William Getz (@GetzTweetz) September 15, 2016
Picard diplomacy tip: When communication is breaking down, try to speak the other person's language.
— Picard Tips (@PicardTips) September 15, 2016
When you accidentally clicked "open in new window" instead of "open in new tab" pic.twitter.com/btLdRScW09
— Scott Watson (@scottymwatson) September 14, 2016
Wanting to teach others does not make you a lesser engineer. It makes you a greater one. https://t.co/NoZbmYdZWj
— Sarah Mei (@sarahmei) September 14, 2016
Picard management tip: Results are more important than protocol.
— Picard Tips (@PicardTips) September 13, 2016
Tweet me, please, your best modern resources, books or on line, for dev practices, ATDD, TDD, Refactoring, Continuous Integration etc.
— Ron Jeffries (@RonJeffries) September 8, 2016
We hope that this year's Fibonacci conference will be as big as the last two combined.
— Dave Morton (@dmonbeer) September 8, 2016
Chefs say "cooking is tasting." Likewise, developing is testing.
— Natalie Bennett (@bennett_nj) August 26, 2016
best part of new Snowden movie is where he writes perl in a .js file
— yan (@bcrypt) August 12, 2016
Born to be an edge case.
— The Practical Dev (@ThePracticalDev) July 31, 2016
You don't get what you wish for, you get what you work for.
— Sports Quotes (@Sports_Greats) July 27, 2016
If you must choose between either writing quality code or meeting a deadline then there’s probably something wrong with your process.
— David Whittaker (@rundavidrun) July 22, 2016
Returning to an automation project I did two years ago, and I'm all like "Who wrote this in Klingon?!"
— The Director (@QAHatesYou) July 19, 2016
CSS is easy. It’s like riding a bike, which is on fire and the ground is on fire and everything is on fire because it is hell.
— I Am Devloper (@iamdevloper) July 14, 2016
The funniest reason why developer attended our meetup: I want to know more about testing, so that my tester becomes less annoying.
— TEST'RS CLUB (@testrs_club) July 14, 2016
— Christian Kram (@chr_kram) July 9, 2016
One of the most liberating things to constantly remind yourself: no one is anxiously waiting for your opinion.
— Shane Nickerson (@shanenickerson) July 1, 2016
The #30daysoftesting has really brought out the community of testers! Awesome stuff! We need more of this!
— Rosie Sherry (@rosiesherry) July 1, 2016