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Formerly a community manager and elected moderator on Stack Overflow/Programmers Stack Exchange.

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comment How do you keep your basic skills from atrophy?
@JohnGaughan Looks about right. I updated my post. Thanks!
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comment How do you unit test private methods?
@TallGuy Allow me to distill my answer here to its core point. The answer to "how does one unit test private methods?" is "One doesn't."
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comment (Why) is it important that a unit test not test dependencies?
@Chris I think I'd test them separately. Having tests for SomeClass and MyClass would allow you to quickly pinpoint where a problem is if something fails. If you just had MyClass tests that implicitly validated SomeClass, you could spend time debugging MyClass in case of a failure when the fault wasn't there in the first place.
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comment Testing my model for hybrid scheduling in Embedded Systems
While there is a recommendation aspect to this question, I think there's also a stronger core ("how can I model X") that trumps it.
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comment Why do some programmers hate the UI part of the development?
@ZanLynx I was talking about UI implementation. Stuff like arranging buttons on the screen, wiring up events to them, etc.