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Re: 2/29/20
« Reply #150 on: April 09, 2018, 06:30:31 PM »
I think Q4 2019 is not too optimistic. It could happen.

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Re: 2/29/20
« Reply #151 on: April 10, 2018, 11:34:07 AM »
Considering my little XP as QA tester at a stupid junky ape banana importing company and operating with databases of different background/profile I can say they should cut out the QA testing otherwise they will get bad reputation and prestige will go down with it. SELLING WILL GO DOWN THIS WAY. Outsourcing is not an option for QA testing, it's an image negligence. DOESNT PAY OFF, THE LEADERS OF TEAM OF QA and MANAGERS are usually apes in big companies of profiles. JUST DO IT ALONE WITH THE PEOPLE YOU HAVE AND ARE SMART AND PASSIONATE AND EVERYTHING IN BETWEEN. BUT DONT BRING OTHER PEOPLE. KEEP IT SIMPLE! THEY SHOULD CUT OFF THOSE LEECHES, TRUST ME I KNOW OUTSOURCING HABITS. BUT DONT USE IT!!!!! KEEP IT LOCAL OR YOU WILL PAY THE MOCKERY IS HAPPENING BEFORE YOUR EYES! THEY ERODE THE GAMING INDUSTRY PASSION AND PARTICIPATION. IT IS A PARTICIPATIVE INDUSTRY AT ALL ! DONT DESTROY IT WITH PETTY DEGRADING THINGS LIKE OTHER ROTTING APPLES IN THE INDUSTRY!

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Re: 2/29/20
« Reply #152 on: April 10, 2018, 12:15:26 PM »
in these ambivalent feelings ur mother goes back and forth losing sensibility