Individual sustainable lifestyle tips – Part 1

 

It’s tough! Believing in the 1% improvement thing / atomic habits I would start small but consistent. And also believing in the Management 3.0 experimenting culture I would run experiments. Some ideas: Continue reading “Individual sustainable lifestyle tips – Part 1”

SQL-LIKE and wildcards

Se_en represents a pattern with a wildcard character. The _ means you can substitute any individual character here without breaking the pattern. The names Seven and Se7en both match this pattern.

The percentage sign % is another wildcard character that can be used with LIKE.

15 Steps for successful Bootstrapping – Part 3

In 15 Steps for successful Bootstrapping – Part 1 and 15 Steps for successful Bootstrapping – Part 2 I wrote about bootstrapping. This is the next part of this series.

USP, USP, USP

USP means “unique selling proposition”, which makes it even better than the German word USP. It’s all about “selling”, so selling. That means your unique selling point must also make the customer buy something. Continue reading “15 Steps for successful Bootstrapping – Part 3”

Software Testing Concepts – Part 1

My Tale of Woe

When I graduated from university and had my first job as a software engineer at Harman Becker Automotive Systems GmbH I should do the parental leave cover for a colleague. He showed me his project, gave me some info e.g. contact person and went off to Canada.

Literally on the second day he was away, the phone started to ring. The OEM had a A++ blocker issue found in the software and everything pointed to the component I was now maintaining. Continue reading “Software Testing Concepts – Part 1”

Python Package parameterized

Stackoverflowing around I found this nice package

https://github.com/wolever/parameterized

Parameterized testing in Python sucks.

parameterized fixes that. For everything. Parameterized testing for nose, parameterized testing for py.test, parameterized testing for unittest.

Reading this description I had very high expectations 🙂

so let’s see if the package can hold up to it. Continue reading “Python Package parameterized”