This slapdash Oreo Separator Machine project quickly captivated me with its hilarious presentation:
It reminded me of a number of software projects I’ve taken stewardship of over the years: projects that actually work and solve a real problem for their owners, but were perhaps created by someone uninitiated in the finer points of software creation.
I love pitching in on these sorts of codebases because you can often make dramatic improvements to the code’s performance and quality by making a few calculated modifications.
The 5 W’s of Quality Assurance
Often, QA is thought of as just testing. In fact, it’s that and much more; testing is just one part of the entire process. The QA process covers all of the steps that are necessary to ensure that the product meets the stakeholder expectations and provides a positive...