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comment Is it normal to spend as much, if not more, time writing tests than actual code?
I beg to disagree with the last part. If you're aiming for very high unit test coverage, you need to cover use cases that are rare and sometimes outright against the intended use of your code. Writing tests for those corner cases may just be the most time consuming part of the whole task.
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comment How to avoid “DO YOU HAZ TEH CODEZ” situations?
@Dr. Wily's Apprentice I agree on most accounts. "Not polite" can mean almost anything. Professionalism is the key. But if you already consider the person a "moron" (see 1st comment), there is a danger you're going to blurt out something inconsiderate.
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comment How to avoid “DO YOU HAZ TEH CODEZ” situations?
"Why even be polite" Because you might very well end up being reported to management yourself.
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