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comment Is it OK to have multiple asserts in a single unit test?
A single assert per unit test is a great way to test the reader's ability to scroll up and down.
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comment Should I demand unit-testing from programmers?
yes. But teach them how to.
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comment Is hiring a junior developer as a technical trainer a good idea?
+1 especially for the employee
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comment How to spend less time on debugging?
@JanHudec Refactoring + clean code + tests = TDD
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comment How to spend less time on debugging?
I would add TDD (where possible).
Oct
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comment What should I expect from a technical evaluation for C++?
+1. Also do it with a friend who is a bit more experienced. Take turns to program, you'll both learn something new.
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comment What should I expect from a technical evaluation for C++?
I woud add "What is the mutable keyword used for?" to the anything category.
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comment Test-driven development and improving white box testing skills
They are also useful techniques to learn as a developer in the Java ecosystem. As I understand, testers should do black box testing.
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answered How do I teach to my brother how to program?
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comment Thoughts on Agile / Scrum Certifications - Worth it?
I believe a certification wont hurt. Unless you cant back it up.
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comment The importance of javascript and the best way to learn it?
Yes, yes it is. Aside from doing the validation-beutification part, it has some features that can take you down new no-javascript paths. See this SO question: stackoverflow.com/questions/831967/…