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David S. Janzen – Associate Professor of Computer Science Department California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo – homepage LogiGear: How did you get into software testing and what do you find interesting about it? Professor Janzen: The thing I enjoy most about computing is creating something that helps people. Since my first real job ...
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First, let me ask you a few questions. Are your bugs often rejected? Are your bugs often assigned back to you and discussed back and forth to clarify information? Do your leaders or managers often complain about your bugs?

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