By Jan Jaap Cannegieter
When I got my first testing course, eighteen years ago now, I was taught that a typical testing project includes a test strategy, a test plan, test scripts, executing the testcases and reporting the outcome. And I was taught that testing is a profession and you need professional testers to do good testing.
But sometimes you are in a situation where this just is not the best way to test. In this article I’ll describe a project in which the testing was done differently and without professional testers. By now I know some people call this ‘bug hunts’ and until today I am convinced bug hunts are the best way to test in this particular situation.
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