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comment Report test failures “all at once”, or report them one by one
Fantastic name by the way. Back to the Future is one of my favourites.
Feb
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comment Report test failures “all at once”, or report them one by one
Thanks for your answer +1. Thanks also for modifying the question title. I agree with your modification - it makes it clearer.
Feb
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comment Report test failures “all at once”, or report them one by one
Thanks for the answer. Would you recommend testing everything before reporting bugs?
Feb
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comment Report test failures “all at once”, or report them one by one
I don't work for this external company. They are a supplier to the company I work for.
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asked Report test failures “all at once”, or report them one by one
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comment Paired Programming - best approach
What tasks do you believe are suitable for paired programming? +1.
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comment Matching algorithms in context of data quality problems
@Doc Brown, thanks
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comment Matching algorithms in context of data quality problems
@Doc Brown, ok I cant really delete the question because it has an answer. I have just marked it as answered.
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comment Matching algorithms in context of data quality problems
@Doc Brown, I have edited the question to make it more specific.
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Dec
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comment Matching algorithms in context of data quality problems
There are 7 million people to check daily. Therefore I believe I have to reinvent the wheel.
Dec
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comment Matching algorithms in context of data quality problems
@FrustratedWithFormsDesigner, mostly as a date object. In two databases as a string.