“Works on my machine” - how to improve team communication

You don't have to be a developer or software tester to encounter famous "works on my machine" phrase. It is often used as a joke, sometimes quoted on t-shirts and mugs. This saying is an exquisite example to depict a love-hate relationship between development and software quality assurance. There is a bunch of stereotypes about coexistence between these two groups. People say that software testers and developers are like cats and dogs, and in result conflicts are inevitable. But are they, really? There are a few common misconceptions that spread in the community and create unnecessary tension. I’ll try to crack down on them and explain how to improve team communication between developers and software testers.

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