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answered How do I manage the technical debate over WCF vs. Web API?
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comment How do I manage the technical debate over WCF vs. Web API?
@SaeedNeamati In terms of technology, there's no such thing as "regret" this decision. You will always make mistakes. What's more important is to be able to detect mistakes asap, admit them openly, and change decision for the better.
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comment Writing unit test only for applications that requires them
@GlenH7 lol sure. Feel free to close it. I'm not too concerned. :)
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comment Writing unit test only for applications that requires them
@Ampt "is anyone saying that you CAN'T do TDD on the code you write?" Basically yes.
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revised Writing unit test only for applications that requires them
Clarification.
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comment Writing unit test only for applications that requires them
@Ampt if you work with binary and embedded system, I'm not going to say I know much about that. But pretty much all compiled code/scripting language etc and whats not are all unit testable.
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comment Writing unit test only for applications that requires them
@EricKing TDD/ Unit test. I don't care. Atm there's NOTHING.
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comment Writing unit test only for applications that requires them
@Ampt We work with C# =P.
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asked Writing unit test only for applications that requires them
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comment What is the relevance of Unit Testing in an “Release early release often” environment?
"It often has the effect that writing unit tests get harder, because they often have to provide a more complex environment and more test data." <- A unit test should be just as easy for a simple system as a complex one. You shouldn't need more than half a dozen setups for each class. Otherwise, it just means your class has grown too big. Also, unit test shouldn't be tied to any environment. (But you prob know those already, just saying...)
Apr
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comment How to motivate co-workers to write unit-tests?
I'd just like to add that this is the method that worked for me. I do TDD religious, no if, no but, no however. When people work with me, they start to realise the benefit of it.
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comment Why shouldn't I use the repository pattern with Entity Framework?
Any architecture article without mentioning unit test are automatically sent to the trash bin for me. One of the point of repository pattern is to gain some test-ability.
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comment Is Java “dead in the water” as a consequence of Oracle buying Sun and subsequently suing Google
-1 for just plain wrong with "Absolutely not. Far too many companies and people have invested in building Java software for Java to be dead in the water." Just because there are companies invested in Java doesn't mean it's thriving. Java's as dead as dead fish in the dead water. No innovation, what's so ever to the Java language road map.
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