Let Someone Else Test It

Posted October 10, 2000 | Technology | Amplify

People who design or code something shouldn't test it. The classic reason is they may not see problems that others can. I've recently stumbled onto another reason, and that reason can save projects time and money.

About The Author
Dwayne Phillips
Dwayne Phillips has been a computer and systems engineer with the US government since 1980. He coauthored It Sounded Good When We Started, Working with People on Projects with Roy O'Bryan and wrote The Software Project Manager's Handbook, Principles That Work at Work , now in its second edition. Dwayne Phillips can be reached at d.phillips at His Web site is
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