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comment How do you unit test private methods?
@hellboy In what context? What does the private method you want to stub out do?
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comment Is rotating the lead developer a good or bad idea?
@AdrienBe You'd still need to transfer info between them. Unless they're leading at the same time all the time (which defeats the purpose), you're going to have to take this into account. You might also alienate other devs on the team who don't get to lead at all and may feel left out.
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comment How to signal that a method chain should not continue?
The point of method chaining is that the result is always valid and can be acted on by the next method call. There shouldn't be such a thing as an invalid value. Can you expand on your use case? What are you actually trying to accomplish? Method chaining might be the wrong approach.
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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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