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by Robert Sabourin


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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. I am a Bug is a picture book which explains some important aspects of sotware development using metaphors related to bugs! A parent working in the software business can read I am a Bug to a young child and explain what they do at work! I am a Bug was written by Robert Sabourin and illustrated by his 12 year old daughter Catherine. Each page of I am a Bug.

I am a Bug was written by Robert Sabourin and illustrated by his 12 year old daughter Catherine. I am a Bug" is a picture book which explains some important aspects of sotware development using metaphors related to bugs!

I am a Bug was written by Robert Sabourin and illustrated by his 12 year old daughter Catherine. It was written for parents to read with. I am a Bug" is a picture book which explains some important aspects of sotware development using metaphors related to bugs! A parent working in the software business can read I am a Bug to a young child and explain what they do at work! I am a Bug was written by Robert Sabourin and illustrated by his 12 year old daughter Catherine.

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This bug knows what movie/story he's in and would milk that crawling sensation that you can't get rid of. Its like i am eating meat every chapter instead of the usually meat and vegetables.

This bug knows what movie/story he's in and would milk that crawling sensation that you can't get rid off. Also slice of life. I recommend everyone to give it a try, it is well worth the read.

I am running a small LAWST style peer workshop on Collaboration in Software Testing January 2014 Montreal. TESTING IS ALL ABOUT SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY.

Author: Robert Sabourin. Publisher: Robert Sabourin. Writing for children is not an easy thing to do. Keeping it simple and clear without being boring and patronizing means rewrite after rewrite until you get it right. And when you get it right, the book should work as well for adults as it does for children. As far as I know, there is only one book written to help explain testing to children.

I am looking to find my woman, I am nice. Others Named Robert Sabourin.

The author of I am a Bug!, the popular software testing children’s book, Robert is an adjunct professor of Software Engineering at McGill University.

RobSab) has more than thirty-one years of management experience, leading teams of software development professionals. A well-respected member of the software engineering community, Robert has managed, trained, mentored and coached thousands of top professionals in the field. The author of I am a Bug!, the popular software testing children’s book, Robert is an adjunct professor of Software Engineering at McGill University. Robert is the principle consultant (president/janitor) of AmiBug.

Rob authored I am a Bug!, the popular software testing children's book; works as an adjunct professor of software engineering at McGill . Robert Sabourin is the Adjunct Professor of Software Engineering at McGill University. Robert Sabourin participated in 4 events.

Rob authored I am a Bug!, the popular software testing children's book; works as an adjunct professor of software engineering at McGill University; and serves as the principal consultant (and president/janitor) of AmiBug. Unlock Charts on Crunchbase. Recently, they attended CAST 2019 on Aug 12, 2019.

Robert A. Sabourin, American lawyer, specializing in the field of Patent Prosecution, Licensing and Agreements. Robert A. Sabourin has been listed as a reputable lawyer by Martindale-Hubbell. Wareham, Massachusetts, United States.

"I am a Bug" is a picture book which explains some important aspects of sotware development using metaphors related to bugs! A parent working in the software business can read I am a Bug to a young child and explain what they do at work!

I am a Bug was written by Robert Sabourin and illustrated by his 12 year old daughter Catherine. It was written for parents to read with their young children (3 to 8) but it presents some important messages to software development professionals of all ages.

Each page of I am a Bug has large print text at the top which can be read by younger children, an illustration and text at the bottom of the page which the parent can read to the child.


Comments: (7)

Alsardin
A classic! Great book for software engineering and computer science types - especially those who specialize in testing. Like the Simpson's it is written for two different audiences, adults and children. The illustrations come from the author's daughter who would sometimes accompany him to work. Fun to share with your kids.
Winenama
I picked up this book when my kids were young and showed an interest in what I did for a living as a software tester. What I found was more than I expected. This book captures some of the more difficult concepts in the software profession using simple drawings and statements. As a result, I have also used this book when teaching software testing to people who are new to the profession.

This book is a gold mine for visual learners looking for simple ways to communicate some of the important challenges facing software testers and quality professionals! I highly recommend it as an addition to your library.
JoJosho
Being pregnant right now and about to raise my first child I really enjoyed reading this book and will be reading it to our son! Very well written and illustrated!
Zainian
Great for explaining software testing to children, mothers, and executives. :-)
Erienan
Fifty-something unnumbered pages, each with a cute bug picture, a sentence at the top of the page about the picture, and a longer sentence at the bottom of the page about software defects, and how we deal with them. A very short read for an adult, and easy for a child too. Perhaps let your child read the top lines (the bug parts that go with the pictures) and, when curiosity awakens, you can explain more about the bottom lines (about software development). Not too many long words, and surprisingly (or rather, to the author's credit) this view of software testing and project management is faithful but not too complex.

For now, I think this book may still be one of a kind -- a children's picture-book about software development. Maybe as the field matures, there will be more. If your children can read Richard Scarry and learn about shopkeepers, police officers, and train engineers, why shouldn't they be able to read Robert Sabourin about software development? Ask for it at your local children's bookstore, but if it's not there, it's here.
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(Full disclosure: I circulated the publicly-available online version of this book at work, and asked the author about getting random access to the pages, and he was kind enough to send me a review copy.)
Eayaroler
My dad wrote this book, I,love The boo
Buge
Just that. A wonderfull book. Not only for kids, but for anyone that sees testing as a minor subject and a no/importance task. Beautiful.
Granted the purpose of this book was to explain software development to his children, but anyone who would like a 100,000 foot overview of software quality assurance and development would enjoy this quick read!
I am a Bug download epub
Author: Robert Sabourin
ISBN: 0968577407
Category: No category
Language: English
Publisher: Robert Sabourin (July 31, 1999)
Pages: 64 pages