SDET with 5 years of experience in software testing & BS in Computer Science. I'm also not very good at filling out "About Me" sections. I'm not as much of an expert as I'd like to be, so am trying to soak up knowledge as fast as I can while balancing work and "real life".

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awarded Yearling
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comment How do I assess the testing process of a project?
Why do you need this? I have some ideas if you want to improve an apparent "QA bottleneck" (hint: It's often not actually a QA / test issue).
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awarded Nice Answer
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comment What are the deliverables of the QA department?
This is a good answer that clears up a major misunderstanding about the field of QA, and I'd love to see it expanded. There are many common types of information delivered to help make better decisions, and a brief analysis of the circumstances in which to deliver each would be wonderful (especially as this skill of knowing what to deliver when is key to developing beyond a junior or mid-level QA engineer). E.g.: bugs, risk analysis, advice on quality practices tailored to that company or team, metrics, and tools to gain quality information automatically.
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accepted java compiling from the command line
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comment java compiling from the command line
I'm accepting this one because it gives the explanation about the directory structure needed to match the package name. I hadn't understood what that meant, so this really clarifies. I'll try and fix this, since this is the actual problem - directory structure is poor.
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