As a test practitioner, am pained to see initial analysis of recent Boeing 737 MAX crashes. Complex systems, stretched engineering, cost optimisation, a deadly confluence pushing machines off the edge. Bugs that sadly cost human lives.
My take on (software)bugs as a creative in “A (software) bug’s life”.
A creative take on why you have to love software bugs..
In a consumer court hearing… The petitioner said “Milord, I am running around in circles to get them to fix the bug, but to no avail” The respondent said “Milord, I have been fair and square when I told him to the point, that it is a new feature” Now they called in the tester as a witness who poetically said: Twas a bug that I found “Ain’t so big”, they said and they added…..
Addressing the testers graduating from CleanSoft Academy The Test Guru said: Empathise with the users and Sympathise with the developers not Empathise with developers and offer Sympathy to users Feelings are important, don’t misplace them.
A creative take on how news about a software system crash would be in reported today! White assaults Black, system crashes Testland/July 5, 2017, T Ashok In Gray’s SaasFactory at Testland, during the nightly build, Miss Black was brutally assaulted by an intruder. The intruder identified as Mr White, after injecting a bug was covering up his paths on his way out when Black blocked his path and raised an exception. White in retaliation, took…
Personalisation of code in a creative manner.