Choose the most correct answer:
1. User Experience:
(a) is a distinct professional discipline focusing on how a product’s use is perceived and experienced by the people using it.
(b) finishes a sentence that begins “If I were a user I would want…”
(c) is that nice department of people on the third floor that we let decide whether the “Submit” button should be red or blue.
(d) means my experience. I’m a user too. You know, a really experienced one.
2. Code Complete:
(a) means all feature code for a sprint is written and documented, and ready for testing.
(b) is a cruel tease – it’s never, ever, EVER effin’ done.
(c) a prerequisite to all of us getting wasted at Dave and Busters.
(d) is the time when you discover what the words “welcome changing requirements, even late in development” mean to you.
(a) are a short time period, usually 2 to 4 weeks, during which portions of code deliverables are written, tested, and possibly pushed to production.
(b) run like mini marathons.
(c) are ten pounds of coding stuffed into a five pound bag.
(d) are given clever names to distract you from the fact you haven’t had a day off in two and a half weeks.
Answers: Aw, come on now…