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In the Danger Zone

Kenny Loggins said it best.

Last night I stepped right into the 'danger zone.' I attended a roundtable on testing arranged by a recruitment agency, surrounded by big financial services test management and even those representing 'big' consultancy, amongst others. I would not usually attend something like this to be honest, out of my usual bubble.

I have endeavoured this year to talk about testing at a range of events, whether they be non testing specific or as this occasion, an event which is outside of the sphere of my usual haunts. One of my prevailing feelings after a TestBash (for example) is that it was great but for the most part confirmed my world view.

Three questions were posed.
What is the value of a tester?What are testers accountable for?What is your opinion on the future of testing?I thought I would note what my response was for each. Here it is:



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