It's official. Through exhaustive pair programming, there's a baby on the way! But it's still in development and needs a bunch more features before it can go live.
Right now it's just some stubs! Baby's going to need:
2 super excited parents
Some nubby little arms and legs
A fully fused spinal cord
A whole lot of folate!
Lots of love
Lots of barfing, extreme fatigue, headaches, and hormones for mom.
Bones, organs, billions of brain cells
A functioning placenta
A secured staging environment for the next 7-9 months
An awesome doctor
Lots of preparation
An awesome doula
Clothes (though we're graciously accepting donations via our registry on Amazon if you'd like to see a baby dressed in adorable winter clothing)
Stay tuned as we develop, QA, and ultimately ship our tiny human to production January 1, 2017!
This new Baby model seems to have a bug. It can be easily reproduced--but only in particular regions such as Denmark and Iceland--just wake up and eat. Without fail, leads to critical amounts of regurgitation and unstable activity on its Parent relation. We'll need to deploy a fix pronto.
I think we're missing a callback on Baby
parent.eat_ginger if parent.has_nausea?
Apply all the ginger
Add specs (doppler test)
Baby's heartbeat detected! 160 beats per minute! It works!
Can we add some more specs and possibly benchmark everything? The Baby class has definitely grown significantly and we don't currently have full code coverage.
Unit tests for heart, arms, legs, brain, and other modules...
Nice! Baby is shaping up great. And it looks like we're right on our estimated development schedule too. This is still looking good to ship on January 1, 2017!
Happy viability day, Tiny Human!