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Testing

The argument started with the web developers assertion that unit tests could test just about everything. And to look at her code, you'd almost feel the same way. As a TDD proponent, she had nearly twice as many tests as she has methods and classes. Not a single like was untested... Well, that probably isn't 100% true, but it damn near looked like it. What she did not have, however, was a...
on Jun 29, 2006