You've Messed Up Your Code Is Terrible - Tony Bruce
I’ve noticed a trend, a trend in negativity. It seems like a number of testers feel the way they can add value is to pick at people, point out mistakes, and pick at flaws.
Have I missed the boat?
I thought I was a problem solver and worked with other problem solvers. I approached it from one angle and they approached it from another angle and together we worked on solving the problem.
I’d like to discuss which is the better approach and why.