This was no childsplay -- Ricke_Hille had to put some serious work into winning this contest! He has won a color original of this comic with his caption attached from the amazingly talented Daniel Guidera.
When regression testing goes terribly wrong.
As usual, I would have loved to have awarded more than one winner! Here are a few runners up that made me giggle like a little kid:
"...and this is where we keep the software engineers. They write amazing code, but they don't exactly give our customers a warm fuzzy feeling."-Mkolb
"...and here is our Usability Lab -- where we ensure users don't have to be smarter than a 5th grader." -Bkeller137
"The employees are in day care playing poker. We do much better with their kids doing the real work." -NoNickname#2
The wearables space is wide open and exploding with opportunity, but that comes with design and sourcing issues, which some believe could be alleviated in part by the strength of the maker community and an open-source approach to this segment.
An engineer who has experienced firsthand the changes that the engineering profession has undergone since the days of Bill Hewlett and David Packard argues that the loss of innovative capacity is the direct result of a vacuum in American business thought leadership.