The guys (Mark Tomlinson and James Pulley) at PerfBytes have just released their latest episode, “Episode 27 – You Might Be A Performance Tester”.
“Look in the mirror. Do you see someone who loves BBQ more than showering? Do you see someone wearing a wool cap and jacket just to keep warm while working in the datacenter? Can you say the word “No!” to a stakeholder? Do you know how many seconds there are in 1 day? If you answered yes to any of these questions, there’s a good chance that you are a performance tester”……
Head over to PerfBytes.com to read more – Link.
We also have a combined list of all the Episodes here at Practical Performance Analyst – Link.
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