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Some testers desire psychological safety. Safety is a fine thing. No one is wrong to want it. Trouble is, in this day and age, there are occasions when safety for testers is—alas—not available. In those circumstances, I want testers (and I want to *help* testers) to be *strong*.
This is a central goal of Rapid Software Testing—the methodology, the classes, and the mindset. Products have problems. Looking for those problems, and raising awareness of those problems, is often psychologically risky or dangerous. Yet awareness is our mission. We embrace that.
Some people are uncomfortable with seeking and finding problems. That’s understandable; problems are... problematic. Yet a determination to discover and reveal problems is an essential part of the mission of creating problem-free products and services.
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