December 14, 2012 AT 2:00 am
Rocket Launcher Unit Test Penalty #piday #raspberrypi @Raspberry_Pi
Well, here is one way to raise the stakes at
your next unit test.
Josh Lewin: One guy in R&D in our office programmed the launcher (in Python) with the directions to team members. If a build of our application fails, a rocket is fired at the guilty programmer!! (True…)
Sy Bernot: Every build environment should be equipped in this manner. Josh Lewin: Change to live rounds close to Production date?
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