The Software Quality Poem

By mOrPhie on Tuesday 14 September 2010 22:49 - Comments (10)
Categories: business, software engineering, techrelated, Views: 5.240

Bugs, faults, errors and defects
They are all the same to me
Please ignore the name
Value the severity

Feature popularity
Specification compliancy
And customer satisfactory
All define the priority

Unit testing, code review
Architecture and design
Prevent a list of bugs to grow
And make the software shine

So, if you find yourself
Fixing a bug or three
Think of this poem before moving on
And improve software quality


Volgende: Subconscious prototyping 09-'10 Subconscious prototyping
Volgende: IE on Windows Phone 7 lacks html5 features 08-'10 IE on Windows Phone 7 lacks html5 features


By Tweakers user RobIII, Tuesday 14 September 2010 22:52

/bookmarked. Pure poŽzie! :P _O_

By Tweakers user Ventieldopje, Wednesday 15 September 2010 09:05

Console.Writeine("Hello world!");
Bookmarked :P

By Tweakers user Rhapsody, Wednesday 15 September 2010 10:34

Je moet je 'code quality' nog iets opkrikken denk ik ;-)

By Tweakers user Apache, Wednesday 15 September 2010 10:49

Zeer netjes, misschien print ik hem wel af en deel ik hem hier uit :D

By Tweakers user H!GHGuY, Wednesday 15 September 2010 12:39

Je gedicht zou veel beter klinken mocht het aantal lettergrepen per lijn niet zo fel afwijken.
Nu leest het als proza geschreven door iemand met een tick op zijn rechter pink (boven de enter toets dus)

Bovendien is het customer satisfaction, ipv satisfactory.

Maar verder, thumbs up.

By Tweakers user Neverwinterx, Wednesday 15 September 2010 23:56

ach die satisfactory valt onder wat men noemt "dichterlijke vrijheid"

By Sportsbet, Sunday 25 August 2013 10:14

we could only become rfdiens that. I should slow down and I agreed. I always call her but she doesn't call me giving me excuses. Please what should I do.

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