UI issues. A misaligned element, a typo or a not localized piece of text in a supported language. In some organizations testers have access to code and are allowed to fix issues, thus they can fix typos right away as soon as they encounter with one. But this is not the case for every company that can have many reasons. In this latter case, the tester files an issue and sets its priority. Because UI issues are usually classified as low priority issues in the global context, it can stay in the bottom of the backlog for a long time.
Here’s a roleplay for you.
Continue reading UI Is the Reflection of the Overall Product Quality
WeAreDevelopers Congress was happening in a few months back, in May, in the wonderful city of Vienna. I held back writing a sum up about my learning because I was waiting for the recordings to be public so that I could link my top picks. And I missed a couple of talks I was interested in, so I wanted to catch up on what I missed at that time. Sometimes it was really hard to choose which talk to join as there are lots of sessions in parallel, and in some cases, there was a high demand for some talks so that no more people were allowed to go into the rooms.
The list of my favourite talks:
Continue reading My Recap of WeAreDevs ’18