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Are you more skeptical than non-qa peers?
Does your questioning nature of applications/code carry into your personal life? Is it just part of who you are? Whether that be religion, paranormal, ufo, alternative medicene, etc or even something as simple as the grocery bill total. Are QA people more likely to have skeptical minds and demand evidence(tests)?
Last edited by NoUse4aName; 08-01-2013 at 08:06 PM.
For me. Yes.
I have had to help friends die in pallitive care. I found out about all different pain killer medicines to try other than morphine. I was asking the doctors all kinds of questions from printouts on google searches. I was asking so many questions. I was looking at the situation more like a broken piece of code than people dying. It seemed as if the staff just follows protocol and they were not thinking about ways to make the situation better.
I saw an answer on a DMV written test that had to be wrong. I kept trying to find the person who made the answer key. It was a dangerous incorrect answer. I never did get to fix it. I thought of all of the people that looked at it and didn't care to challenge it.
I read the receipts on ATM cash machines. i asked questions and years later they changed it.
I'm listening to a tape to learn Mandarin Chinese. It was supposed to take 90 days. 2 and a half years later I am working with a tutor to figure out why the syntax and words are not making sense.
I parse out words of religion. I often wonder if anyone except me realize they don't make sense or conflict one anohter.