By Mike Deliman
There’s an old adage in the world of flight – space flight, or otherwise.
"Test as you fly, fly as you test."
It’s pretty short and sweet and straight-forward. Don’t fly what you haven’t tested. Test exactly the ways you expect to fly.
In a big, round, wonderful world, it seems "funny" when we hear
about problems related to living here. Problems like aircraft
"flipping over" when they crossed the equator because they were
adjusting to negative latitude – the coder hadn’t thought far enough
ahead to think about crossing the equator.