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comment Is the test, which touches the filenames under directory, a kind of unittest?
One resource that has been really helpful for me is Roy Osherove's book The Art of Unit Testing.
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revised Every SQL statement has to be reviewed by a DBA — common?
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comment What is the logic behind filtering/sanitizing input?
If I had to venture a guess it is probably because they want something like that locked down by default, to prevent less experienced developers from causing huge security problems. I think back to the developer I was at the very start of my career and chances are I would have made a mistake like that. Framework makers have to sometimes write for the lowest common denominator, which causes some headaches for the more experienced developers.
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