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To hold an "anti-Restoring Honor" rally is just plain stupid...what? we WANT to be dishonorable?
I'd be surprised if Colbert or anyone else could get more than Beck...just look at the last "icon" to have a rally there in D.C., what was it, back 2 years ago, the inauguration? Not even the charismatic leader of "hope" and "change" could draw more than 200,000 people.
Face it, people are fed up with the direction things are going. Colbert, if he is serious, would only make it worse, or prove the point.
I have many years Testing experience with Hardware and Software, and I have read many a book.
There is, however, a difference in mentality between Developers and Testers, and some times, trying to bridge that gap is difficult.
I would really like to hear from the SlashDot community about how to get Developers with little or no experience in actual Software Testing to understand the peculiar POV.
Is there a book that I could use for a structured class? Is there some phraseology that would help?
How about just some insight as to the views and feelings Developers have toward Testing? Has anyone done this in the past? What did you use, how did you do it? and most importantly, what was the result?"
They could come up with something...better not to let them think on it too hard...
What dude should have done is take his lawyer along... they have fun with that kind of thing...
"Some people on social-networking sites like Facebook or LinkedIn may be a little too social.
The e-mail security vendor Proofpoint recently released its sixth report on Outbound Email Security and Data Loss Prevention.
'Seventeen percent, nearly one-in-five large U.S. companies, actually investigated a leak of confidential information to a social-networking site,' the company's director of market development, Keith Crosley, said.""
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