One of the skills a good tester develops is research and getting to the root - try Steven's suggestion of Google or any good search engine and investigate and dig. Try searching this forum - you will find answers
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Originally posted by lynneM: One of the skills a good tester develops is research and getting to the root - try Steven's suggestion...
<font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial, Helvetica">lynneM, I'm on your side that the good tester have to do research and selftraining, but your advise - "search forums and Google" is just silly(I've seen many like this here), because when somebody wants to know something - 1st thing that he/she do is to search in google or in the forums then ask for help here. The forums are designed for help and when somebody is asking here you don't help with comments like these
I think you took Lynne's comment out of context. Google and other search engines have a plethora of information that you might not find here. Her advise is to dig for information from any resource available. Discounting other forms of research is very narrow minded.
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