Today is a day with a reason to open a bottle of champagne! Well, after work, of course. The reason is us, celebrating the Tester’s Day. To all our QA collegues we wish high-priority bugs, definite STR and careful developers.
By the way, do you know why we celebrate Tester’s day on September 9? This day, back in 1947 scientists from Harvard University found the first “bug” in Mark II Aiken Relay Calculator. A moth got into a relay and Grace Hopper called it a Bug. That’s how first bugs appeared and so are we, as testers. We are here to serve people and help developers present you, users, the highest-quality product!