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bio website chrononaut.org
location San Francisco, CA
age 42
visits member for 1 year, 11 months
seen Mar 6 at 19:35

David Moles writes code for money and sometimes for fun. He also writes science fiction for fun and sometimes for money. He currently lives in California.


Jan
28
comment Leaving intentional bugs in code for testers to find
@DocBrown You should have read my comment more carefully. I didn't make any claims as to what you wrote.
Jan
28
comment Leaving intentional bugs in code for testers to find
@DocBrown Just because a test suite finds bugs doesn't mean it's trustworthy or complete. And just because a test suite finds bugs intentionally introduced by developers doesn't mean it's going to find the unintentional ones.
Jan
28
comment Leaving intentional bugs in code for testers to find
"It's a terrible idea and the project manager in question is a jerk/idiot who understands nothing about people and motivation." +100 for this.
May
17
awarded  Yearling
Mar
10
awarded  Necromancer
Aug
27
revised SOLID Principles and code structure
added 91 characters in body
Aug
27
awarded  Editor
Aug
27
revised SOLID Principles and code structure
added 1384 characters in body
Aug
27
answered SOLID Principles and code structure
Jul
27
awarded  Supporter
May
17
awarded  Autobiographer
May
17
awarded  Teacher