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Feb
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comment Why did BASIC use line numbers?
Electricity! Bloody luxury. We used to chisel our commands out in granite
Jan
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answered When is it appropriate to make a separate function when there will only ever be a single call to said function?
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Dec
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revised How to manage microservices?
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Dec
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comment How to manage microservices?
So I've added a little more on deployment.
Dec
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revised How to manage microservices?
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Dec
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comment How to manage microservices?
Yeah, I agree it's a little off-focus and could be improved. Doesn't really address the 'releases' part of the question.
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answered How to manage microservices?
Oct
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comment How to write maintainable, not brittle, unit tests for a GUI?
Yeah sure, shorthand is great. Any other feedback?
Oct
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comment How to write maintainable, not brittle, unit tests for a GUI?
and added a bullet point on avoiding overly specific identification which leads to brittleness.
Oct
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Oct
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comment How to write maintainable, not brittle, unit tests for a GUI?
And I've updated the parts about naming and identifying elements and about not using visible text.
Oct
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revised How to write maintainable, not brittle, unit tests for a GUI?
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comment How to write maintainable, not brittle, unit tests for a GUI?
I've expanded my last bulllet point based on your feedback.
Oct
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comment How to write maintainable, not brittle, unit tests for a GUI?
I'm also posting info for the others who find your question and may not have all the pieces in place that you have or may not even know about them.