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What's this about Joe's daughter?

I received an interesting email from Walt Stoneburner who apparently thinks my name is Joe or John Bozzay. Read on... Joe / John, Marcus and I are going over his tasks this evening, and it is very apparent to me that we've got more on his plate than one person can realistically handle. The developers are clearly swamped in last minute fixes, and I'm personally concerned we don't have enough face time in testing. It is not enough to just take 30 minutes a day to test. It is fantasy to expect to test the software into a state of repair -- developers need to fix stuff, and they can't do that if they are testing. And they can't test if they are fixing. Joe's daughter is a very good, parallel, solution. Can we get her in, interview her, and move on it quickly? As in tomorrow. Marcus and/or I can task her so that both Marcus and her are completely engaged in testing. We have three tracks: the demo path, the bugs in TRAC, and documented tests. Marcus being the sole bo