The Little Tester – Stories in Testing #29

These are the made up stories of a team working in an Agile environment. Their daily struggles and successes are presented in a comic/parody/satirical way. Click on the image to see it in full size.

The team members are:

  • Little, the main character. The team’s tester.
  • Coffee, the team’s Java developer.
  • Mr. Fancy, the team’s UI developer.
  • Senor, the Senior Developer of the team.
  • Kitty, the Scrum Master.
  • Glasses, the Business Analyst.
  • And the manager.

Disclaimer

  • This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, businesses, places, events, situations presented are either the products of the author’s imagination or used in a fictitious manner. Any resemblance to actual persons or events is purely coincidental.

  • The sole purpose of this comic strip is to be humorous.

  • The drawings are made by hand on paper, by means of pencils and fine liners, except for the outline, by the author. Hence their imperfection.

One thought on “The Little Tester – Stories in Testing #29”

  1. I have a similar story from a previous role.

    Our team (the organisation’s whole IT department) decided on a team build which consisted of clearing a patch of land for a local community centre. This was just about the time that community-oriented schemes were becoming a Thing.

    Coincidentally, the same day one of our policy teams was out on their team-build, which was a chocolate-oriented jolly at Cadbury World. We got back into the office with a whole pile of positives (even the team cynic, who was normally very disparaging about team building days, was enthusiastic: “We’ll know when we’ve had a successful team build when we can see we’ve finished! Nothing theoretical about that!” were his words) but also with a huge amount of corporate kudos for doing something useful instead of just having fun at the taxpayers’ expense…

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