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comment Ignoring unit tests - good and bad reasons when and why?
"Extra testing never hurt anybody" - Nope. If your tests start taking too long to run, the devs run them less. Truly redundant tests increase test time with no benefit and should be removed. If you're not sure it's redundant, leave it, but if it truly is redundant get it out of there.
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comment boolean or Boolean?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because grammer questions don't belong here.
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