I live in Iowa. The winters are very cold and the summers are very hot. I live in a house built in 1920, so I don’t have a functional garage. Heck, I call it “The Shed.” A couple years ago, my husband got me a remote starter. I LOVE it…no ice scraping in the winter, nice cool car in the summer. However, to make that happen, I’ve figured out I need to preset my temperature controls, the window settings and the radio.
What’s that got to do with testing? The most important step before starting a testing effort is to be sure your environments and data are preset so the iteration can be as successful as possible. With my remote starter, I make sure my car is preset for the most successful morning.