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|Posted: Tue Jan 26th, 2010 05:54 am||
Bones n Hombre wrote:I always figured that , in reality all the answers can be found in the testing guide or the manual or the special notices and I personally would be far to tight , to pay someone else to read those for me.
I think you have just, "hit the nail on the head"!........
So, "One" has to go out and "Sell" their services and knowlege of the guides and manuals to the testers and AE`s, Before trying to advise them of any shortcomings?
The "Issue" Is to Advise, In a "Consultancy Role", and Not try to "Enforce" as in a Previous Employment?
ps; is that your round next or mine?
Last edited on Tue Jan 26th, 2010 06:08 am by Wesley