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comment Can increased usage of higher and higher programming languages lead to a deficit of programmers with computer architecture knowledge?
@dsimcha, Agreed, but to be the go-to guy you need "the others" to come-to you ;-) If everyone needs to know everything, the abstraction has failed miserably.
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comment How have you made unit testing more enjoyable?
@SnOrfus, true, I'd say "they cure most of your woes" and it is more of a continuous direct debit ;-)
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comment How have you made unit testing more enjoyable?
@SnOrfus - you mean NUnit / Rhino Mocks etc?
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comment How have you made unit testing more enjoyable?
Oh I completely agree! A system with random bugs can cause sleepless nights.. my choice was simply a preference in an unreal world where nothing other than having fun mattered !
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comment How have you made unit testing more enjoyable?
ás, why do you say unit test do not requite too much thought? If you work with TDD it does involve a lot of thinking. Is that not true ?