I wonder if… the Norwegian and Swedish texts are correct on this picture:
“I wonder if“ is surely among the things that I as a tester say or think a lot. You will also hear me cheer when we find a critical bug. Every defect / bug / observation / issue / problem / incident we find is our chance to learn about the product. It’s a natural part of the game to find things and then to handle them. Defer them if so inclined, mitigate the risks, fix the bugs, update the processes – but always take a decision based on the new knowledge you have.
Here are some other things I often say:
Originally at the Ministry of Testing Facebook page, but the twists above are mine.
5 thoughts on “I wonder if”
I never knew the Danes spoke Finnish 🙂
But a question back for you. Playing devil’s advocates a bit, I wonder if… the developers feel good about themselves when you cheer at critical bugs? And whether it makes them more likely to trust the test team in future?
Jenny – excellent challenge!
If there is a good learning culture in the team, then it doesn’t matter.
On a personal note I try not to be the destroyer of the solution, so that’s a factor.
And I always follow up with … “well, maybe not good anyways”.
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