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Bug Safari, Apple releases Windows version
Yesterday there were so many articles on the bugs found in the Windows version of Safari.
I made a print out of one of them to use as a teaching tool. Obviously the beta testers were ready and hungry, they targeted areas that were likely to fail, and they used all the insight they had on the code and on security to head for the big juicy ones.
I happen to be an Apple fan, and I believe that some of the bug hunting was motivated by animosity - something that won't work in a closed shop, it really poisons the relationship with the dev team - but these testers demonstrated some 'top of their game' testing skill and set an important example of what testing is all about: find the worst bugs fastest.
Re: Bug Safari, Apple releases Windows version
I tinkered with the Windows version of Safari a bit, I was pretty underwhelmed. ;-(