At MoT we use Intercom, and as useful as it can be. It’s also frustrating how fast it changes. Just as I’m getting use to all the new releases and design, they go and change stuff again, and again.
People call this experience rot. There’s a nice article here on it from a design perspective.
The above article talks about how designers should say no. 1000 no’s for every one yes. I’d love to hear stories of this from a software tester’s perspective.
- As a tester have you had the opportunity to say no?
- Do others listen to you?
- What responses that you give work best?
- Are there a good list of software testing type questions you could ask whenever something new is prosposed to be added?
- What other stories could you share?