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About Me:

My name is Devon Smith, I am the Lead QA for a software company that focuses on web development, stat tracking and online communities. I got my bachelors from the University of Washington in Seattle and tested software for Sun Microsystems before moving east. In my spare time, I enjoy dirt bikes, running, afternoon naps, reading, writing and learning about trends in the QA field, and of course, video games. I am a total Broadway geek, an avid traveler, a voracious reader, and an animal lover.  I am currently living and working in New York.

This blog is a repository for information, experiences and problems encountered in Software Quality Assurance. It aims to spread knowledge, news, approaches, opinions and ideas about software testing. I encourage comments and discussion and always welcome new ideas.

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2 responses to this post.

  1. Hi Ladybug

    My name is Matt and I edit TEST magazine in the UK.

    I was wondering if we could possibly publish some of your musings – especially the High Heels High Tech postings – in the magazine? Or if you’d be interested in writing something else test and QA related perhaps?

    please let me know if you are… or if you’re not!

    thanks and best regards

    Matt Bailey

    Reply

  2. Posted by Azizul Carey on January 7, 2011 at 9:43 am

    Hi Ladybug,
    My name is Carey, i’m a software tester from Malaysia. I would like to know your opinion on automated testing. Is it a compulsory for a tester to have a knowledge in programming? what programming language that normally useful to run an automated testing tools?

    Thanks
    Carey

    Reply

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