The Value of Integration Testing

This bunk bed - so cute!
bunkbed

This ceiling fan - so practical!
ceiling fan

The room - 8'x10' - not very big!
ceiling fan

My husband is a QE engineer and I'm a program manager. And yet it was only when the workers were there installing our ceiling fan that it suddenly clicked for us - this is not a good combination...

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So cute and sweet bunk bed, is it the one for the kids? I like it:)

Posted by Ivy on July 31, 2008 at 08:12 AM CST #

Yup....agree with you on that one...maybe a table fan!

I'm guessing this is for your daughter's room - and very cute!!!!

Posted by Barb on July 31, 2008 at 08:28 PM CST #

On the contrary - my husband is a program manager and I'm a QE engineer. Is this a good combination? haha...

Posted by Kelly on August 01, 2008 at 04:50 AM CST #

Yes, it's for Audrey's room but she shares with Grant so we had to get the bed in a natural wood color instead of in white. Grant said the white was too 'girlish'.

Kelly, I think we're a great combo for developing software.... :)

Posted by melanie gao on August 01, 2008 at 07:41 AM CST #

Profound lesson to be learned. See there is deep value in integration testing! You and hubbie fortunately averted more serious consequence with your experience, so all is well. Love the bunk bed, love the fan.. don't love the combination in a small room, but totally relate as my kids room have ceiling fans and the bed underneath them.. That's gotta be bad feng shui. :D

Posted by Dawn Mular on August 05, 2008 at 12:50 PM CST #

This reminds me of the time we ordered a custom sofa for our basement family room. Only when it arrived did we find that it would not fit down the stairs and turn the corner into the room!

So, we tore out the offending wall ... and liked the look so much we retained the open area we had created to get the sofa into the room!

Posted by Mark Dixon on August 07, 2008 at 09:28 AM CST #

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