One Good Turn deserves Another .... ad Infinitum.
"If I wanted to debug a new development platform, including getting the bugs out of the API, I would seek a limited number (oh, say 50) of motivated testers who would try it out in ways that I could not anticipate. They would have to be really motivated, so they wouldn't be too miffed by frequent changes to the specs., but I would like to avoid paying them exhorbitant consultant's fees.
Hmmm, what would be a good way to do that?" ..... By Tanya Cumpston
Posted Wednesday 16th July 2008 00:00 GMT
When motivated testers can Guarantee FailSafe Return of exhorbitant consultant's fees, does their payment represent a No Cost Alternative Intellectual Property Root/Route 42 Boost In House Capability and Facility.
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"These application testers would have to have a mindset that said 'damn, I'm going to break you !' and be really motivated so that ideally you wouldn't have to pay them anything.
Hmmm, what would be a good way to do that?" .... By Frank Posted Wednesday 16th July 2008 01:44 GMT
Err, act like Google?
"Then again, maybe they have commitment issues, and are loathe to have a relationship with more than 50 people at a time. Or they could just be really shy, and/or fear criticism of their work. (These creative types can be really temperamental sometimes.)" ... By Tanya Cumpston
Posted Wednesday 16th July 2008 02:35 GMT
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