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  • Testing only the code of value

    I am 99% sure I have had a post like this in the past, but my google-foo was weak today and I could not find it.  Do not let anyone blow smoke up your back side, testing is expensive, testing takes time but most importantly testing can help improve the quality of your code. If you are going to spend...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 10-07-2009
    Filed under: Agile, TDD, Opinion
  • Ship Software With Value

    The blogosphere has gone a bit crazy the last few days with posts responding to Joel Spolsky’s latest article about "The Duct Tape Programmer" . Bloggers everywhere are tossing their two cents in and saying what parts of Joel's post was good and what wasn't good. Once noticeable trend...
    Posted to Tim Barcz by Tim Barcz on 09-29-2009
    Filed under: Rant, Agile, Testing, Opinion
  • Ship it, or Ship Out

    Joel , in his inimitable way, posted the flame bait of all flame bait posts yesterday , explaining the role of the Duct Tape Programmer. To my surprise, the Twitterverse started to reverberate with commentary, but weirdly, almost all of it was very negative about the post, many claiming that Joel was...
    Posted to Jak Charlton - Insane World by Jak Charlton on 09-25-2009
    Filed under: TDD, Agile, Rants, Twitter, Testing
  • Being a Duct Tape Programmer

    Things I’ve said in a session before: “Friends don’t let friends ORM” “ORM is a pattern, not a framework” “I like typed datasets, and I cannot lie” It’s not that I’m anti-ORM, or believe popular ones like NHibernate, Linq2Sql, and EF are useless...
    Posted to ViNull, Off the Record by Michael C. Neel on 09-24-2009
    Filed under: opinion, orm, agile
  • Your unit test may smell if…….!

    If you find yourself using reflection in your unit test to push 'stub’ data into it your test just may smell.  Now there are times (especially when dealing with legacy code) that you need use reflection to crack open a class to push/pull values but I would strongly suggest you consider the solutions...
    Posted to Derik Whittaker by Derik Whittaker on 09-09-2009
    Filed under: Agile, TDD, Opinion
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