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Scientific Visualization
Agile
Java
TDD

Sep
12
answered What can be done when you are the only person to care about consistency?
Aug
15
awarded  Enlightened
Aug
15
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
15
comment Drawback of using static method
True, but on the other hand a static random number method - which you would at first thing also would be fine as a static - is a pain when you want deterministic testing. Static methods certainly have their place, but the OP was looking for reasons one might not want them.
Aug
15
answered Drawback of using static method
Aug
15
answered Testing that an attribute does not exist cannot fail when writing tests before code
Jun
25
comment Is template “metaprogramming” in Java a good idea?
Also, even if it turns out that the performance issues are real, the exercise of having studied them will help you to better know what is possible with your code.
May
7
answered Help in ensuring unit tests are meaningful
Apr
26
revised How to know what to test in TDD?
it's --> its
Apr
2
awarded  Good Answer
Mar
21
revised Why write tests for code that I will refactor?
it's --> its
Mar
18
answered From a TDD perspective, am I a bad person if I test against a live endpoint instead of a mock?
Mar
3
revised Questions about TDD and unit testing
fixed missing parens
Feb
15
revised TDD negative experience
Many, many typos
Feb
15
awarded  Excavator
Feb
14
revised Why does TDD work?
typo
Nov
21
awarded  Yearling
Nov
3
revised Should you always pass the bare minimum data needed into a function in cases like this
changed it's to its. Added punctuation.
Sep
27
comment Should I combine similar functions even though they are slightly different?
The answer is still substantially the same. You can represent this in other ways (eg Connect can call Bring Window Forward) but the two controls have different logic and should therefore have different handlers.
Sep
27
answered Should I combine similar functions even though they are slightly different?