What the f**k to test?

23 Feb

Was reading my emails and some blog posts today and came across these:



it made me think, as a tester, it would be interesting to have/see a site about “What the f**k to test” or something similar. It could be useful to the entry level and novice testers just getting into testing profession. And it could be useful to all of us testers when we happen to feel lazy or have “tester’s block” not being able to test or decide how/what to test.

Or do we actually have something like that already? If so, let me know.

If not, anyone interested in helping build such a site/service? It would be a site that randomly decides to give you the tester a tip on what to test for your site/application/system (in general terms that are not specific to your site/application/system).

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