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Do You Know How to Speak Smurf? November 21, 2009

Posted by yvettefrancino in Uncategorized.
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Today I’m playing around on DeGraeve.com — a very interesting Website, with all kinds of cool apps. I admit this has very little to do with QA, but the “Crapola Web Translator”  (which is what I’m currently experimenting with) includes a way for users to see the known bug list as well as send bugs to the author…interesting and easy way to do informal user testing.

Smurf

Today I’m smurfing around on DeGraeve.com — a smurfy interesting Website, with all kinds of cool apps. I admit this has smurfy smurfesque to do with QA, but the translator tool (which is what I’m smurfy experimenting with) includes a way for users to smurf the known bug list as well as send bugs to the author…interesting and smurfy way to do informal user testing.

Valley Girl:

Today I’m playing around on DeGraeve.com — a totally interesting Website, with all kinds of cool apps. I admit this has totally little to like, do with QA, but the translator tool (which is like totally what I’m currently experimenting with) includes a way for users to like, see the known bug list as well as send bugs to like, the author…interesting and easy way to like, do informal user testing.

Boston

Today I’m playing around on DeGraeve.com — a wicked interestin’ Website, wit all kinds of cool apps. I admit this has wicked little ta do wit QA, but the translatah tool (which is what I’m currently experimentin’ wit) includes a way for usahs ta see the known bug list as well as send bugs ta the author…interestin’ and easy way ta do informal usah testin’.

Ali G

Today I’m playin’ around on DeGraeve.com — a very interestin’ Website, wif all kinds uh cool apps. I admit this gots very little to does wif QA, but duh translato’ tool (which be what I’m currently experimentin’ wif) includes a way fo’ usas to see duh known bug list as well as send bugs to duh autho’…interestin’ an’ easy way to does informal usa testing.

Pig Latin

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[…] LOLSpeak January 8, 2010 Posted by yvettefrancino in QA. trackback I’ll admit it, I’m a bit of a word freak.  I love the English language. I subscribe to the word-of-the-day and love word games of all types. I’m intrigued by foreign languages, even the “made up” variety like pig latin and Klingon. (Check out my Crapola Translater post.) […]


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