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Software Testing in Toilet

No, don't feel smelly, this is not my approach. Google is unveiling a weird way of continue your "job" while you are "busy" in Toilet or Restroom. According to Google Testing Blog

 

We're unveiling the public release of "Testing on the Toilet": one of Google's little secrets that has helped us to inspire our developers to write well-tested code. We write flyers about everything from dependency injection to code coverage, and then regularly plaster the bathrooms all over Google with each episode, almost 500 stalls worldwide. We've received a lot of feedback about it. Some favorable ("This is great because I'm always forgetting to bring my copy of Linux Nerd 2000 to the bathroom!") and some not ("I'm trying to use the bathroom, can you folks please just LEAVE ME ALONE?") 

 

Well to be honest, I believe that you get more logical while in restroom than working in a typical Office/Home enviornment, peace and serenity. Maybe this is the reason the place is called "Restroom"? :-). I remember that in 2nd year of college, I calculated Earth's torque while I was in toilet by putting Gravitational constant in the formula and answer was somehow very much accurate.

 

On a serious note, Google sounds like Abu ghraib  prison where you are even asked to give "output" while you are busy in nature stuff.

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Posted: Wednesday, January 31, 2007 11:35 AM by kadnan
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Khurram said:

Check out difference # 346 at http://400plusdifferences.com

# January 31, 2007 2:00 PM

DureSameen said:

You sound like Archimedes, who discover the density phenomena while he was taking bath, I hope you didn't got that much excited like him ..:)

# January 31, 2007 2:07 PM

kadnan said:

@Khurram: awesome :>

Sameen: hehee, well he actually discovered something while I calculated a value, a bid difference :D

# January 31, 2007 3:21 PM

Asma said:

aye hayeee !

# January 31, 2007 3:40 PM
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