“Testing proves the existence of bugs, not their absence.” – Edsger Dijkstra

“The purpose of testing is to show how well the software meets its specification, not to demonstrate that the software is working.” – Boris Beizer

“You can’t just test your own product. You must test yourself.” – Andy Rutledge

“Testing can demonstrate the presence of bugs but not their absence.” – Edsger Dijkstra

“Testing is not an art but a skilled discipline.” – Anonymous

“Testing is the only way to truly know how good your software is.” – Anonymous

“A successful test is one that uncovers a bug.” – Anonymous

“Testing is an infinite process of comparing the invisible to the ambiguous in order to avoid the unthinkable happen to the anonymous.” – James Bach

“The purpose of testing is not to find mistakes but to prevent them.” – Anonymous

“Testing is a science, but it’s not exact.” – Anonymous

“The sooner you realize that testing is an integral part of software development, the better.” – Anonymous

“A tester’s job is not to guarantee a bug-free software, but to help make it better.” – Anonymous I JUST WANT A GOOD RELATIONSHIP QUOTES

“Testing is not just about finding bugs, it’s about gaining confidence in the software.” – Anonymous

“Testing is an art that requires both technical and analytical skills.” – Anonymous

“Testing is not a separate phase, but an ongoing process throughout the development lifecycle.” – Anonymous

“Testing is like a puzzle: You need to find the missing pieces to complete the picture.” – Anonymous

“Testing is not just about following a checklist, but about asking the right questions.” – Anonymous

“Testing is not about proving yourself right, but about uncovering the truth.” – Anonymous

“Testing is not just about finding bugs, but also about ensuring the software meets the user’s needs.” – Anonymous

“Good testing is not a luxury, but a necessity for building quality software.” – Anonymous

“Testing is not about how much you know, but how well you adapt to new challenges.” – Anonymous

“Testing is the art of making sure that things won’t go wrong when they can.” – Anonymous