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geoff (2013)

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Thursday June 08, 2006
10:20 AM

"did you test that?"

[ #29840 ]
I've decided that I'm going to start a new trend. I will no longer answer "yes" when someone asks "did you test it?" unless I can point to unit tests. instead, my response will be "I poked it and it seemed to work, but it doesn't have tests."

if we all start doing that maybe people will start to understand that tests you can point to count for a lot, while a few mouse clicks really don't.

feel free to join me :)
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