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awarded  Nice Question
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accepted Is the purpose behind code being 'idiomatic' to reduce cognitive overhead?
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asked Is the purpose behind code being 'idiomatic' to reduce cognitive overhead?
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accepted What is the equivalent of The Little Lisper project in Haskell?
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asked What is the equivalent of The Little Lisper project in Haskell?
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comment Should I write automated unit tests that fail when the code changes?
Thanks @DocBrown I've reverted the changes for the sake of the Programmers SA community. (I've got the answer to my actual question).
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revised Should I write automated unit tests that fail when the code changes?
for the sake of the SO community - taking this back to the original question
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accepted Should I write automated unit tests that fail when the code changes?
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comment Should I write automated unit tests that fail when the code changes?
Fuzzing is interesting - I'm told the tool that specifically addresses this problem is a mutation test tool: mutation-testing.org
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comment Should I write automated unit tests that fail when the code changes?
This is a really helpful constructive answer. I've updated the quote - would you consider updating your question?
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comment Should I write automated unit tests that fail when the code changes?
Thanks - that's really helpful. I've updated the question. Hopefully it makes more sense.
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revised Should I write automated unit tests that fail when the code changes?
fixed the question - it wasn't clear
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accepted When estimating with a fresh team on a new project, is there a reason not to use default velocity for estimating?
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reviewed Approve When estimating with a fresh team on a new project, is there a reason not to use default velocity for estimating?
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