Hey Bandcamp, thank you for the treasure hunt!

On the other day, I got an email notification from Bandcamp about a newly released album from a band I followed. I went to the bandcamp.com site, and there was “We’re hiring in design and engineering!”. Out of curiosity, I checked what their job ad looked like.

In the very end of the job description there was “To apply, check the HTTP headers.”. Oh, a treasure hunt!

Usually, when I browse a site I check page source too, for no particular reason. I have this thing. Sometimes one can find interesting things in it. You could guess now what I did. Yes, I let myself hijacked from my original intent. I immediately got hooked, and I enjoyed their game so much! Not to mention how much I learnt meanwhile.

This also could be an example of why you should start using browser developer tools.

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Desperate need for a good test management tool

I am surprised how sketchy test management tools are out there. I can compare the feeling when one makes an evaluation on test management tools and makes a decision on which one to use to choose between the two hands to bite off.

Definition of good is: fits my needs.

What are my needs against a test management tool?

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