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Testing

Marcus Baker makes the claim that logging is evil. I cannot agree. To be specific, he claims that "if there really is a chance of error at that point then we should fix the probable root cause." To me, this seems a wee bit lazy. As developers, we are paid to make careful decisions about how our time is best spent, and deciding to spend the time without considering the payoff is not a good...
on Sep 23, 2004