Step by step guide: Testing without requirements/ little requirements

If you haven’t already, you may one day find yourself in a project where there are no (explicit) requirements or very little requirements to go off.

Software can be created from conversations and assumptions. People may also assume that the little requirements they do write is enough to easily code against or test off, but then you later realise that the few lines that have been written actually pose more questions than provide answers.

You first time testing on a project without requirements can be a bit scary but I’m hoping this step by step guide will help you. Continue reading “Step by step guide: Testing without requirements/ little requirements”

3 Things I’ve learned: Adjusting to my changed identity as a (paid) working mother

As I write this my daughter is having a nap, and I’m trying to enjoy my first day of vacation.

Keeping a baby/toddler entertained without just turning on the TV is a struggle (we’ve made an exception for cutting her nails, she can watch a cartoon then). Continue reading “3 Things I’ve learned: Adjusting to my changed identity as a (paid) working mother”