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Kenneth LoveTreehouse Guest Teacher
Interested in QAing Django Forms?
Django Forms is gonna be coming out in a couple of weeks and it's pretty much ready for QA. If you're interested in QAing it (and you've done Django Basics and, ideally, Customizing Django Templates) post in this here thread.
What do you need to do for QA?
Excellent question! First rule of QA is you don't talk about Q--wait, I'm confused. But, honestly, email me your feedback; don't post it on the forum or this thread or whatever. OK, with that out of the way:
Watch the videos like you're doing the course (so, code along, take notes, etc). If you find a video mistake, send me the stage, video, and timestamp. Oh, and what was wrong, obviously.
Do the quizzes and code challenges. Same as above, pretend you're taking the course (shouldn't be hard, you are taking the course). If you find a quiz question that doesn't have a right answer, or doesn't have feedback on bad answers, let me know. If you can't pass a code challenge and you're pretty sure your code is right, let me know. CC prompt doesn't make sense? Send me an idea on how to make it more clear.
Check the Teacher's Notes. If you hear me say something is going to be in the notes, check and make sure it is. If you think I missed something in the notes, let me know.
That's about it! Thanks for your interest!
Ken AlgerTreehouse Teacher
I'd comment on this, but you said not to talk about it.
Seriously though, if you would like my input, happy to help.
I dont mind taking part in the QA.
Count me in.
Vittorio Somaschini33,371 Points
I guess it is too late now to take part in this, but if still in time I would like to do it.
Count me in if it's possible