Life of A Programmer — Session 7.1 — How Do I Become a Quality Assurance Software Engineer

To become a Software Engineer with a Quality Assurance
capability, you must implement a basic philosophical change.

Software is not an art form; the computer is not the easel
where you can express your creative juices.

You will become an engineer responsible for providing tools
and services that will affect public safety.

You think not. I beg to disagree.

I was transferring $1000 between my savings and checking
accounts when the ATM went down. It took the bank half a
day to find my money.

You ask, what do I need to do in order to improve my quality
and be more indispensable to my employer.

RULE 1 — RIGOROUSLY USE STANDARD METHODS.

RULE 2 — TEST ALL WORK PRODUCTS.

RULE 3 — USE OLD, WELL-TESTED, OPERATING SYSTEM CAPABILITIES.

RULE 4 — NEVER USE A PATCH TO SOLVE A PROBLEM.

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