Category: TDD

Andrew’s Coding Corner – Unit Test, Young Man, and Grow Up With the Code

At most of places I’ve worked Unit Testing is a “nice-to-have”. By that, I mean it would be great to implement, but isn’t considered essential to the operation of the team, or the success of the project. This opinion isn’t unique to the places I’ve worked, as I also see it as an “optional” skill […]

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End of the Week

Although I failed to make a post yesterday, that doesn’t mean I stopped my code work. I was up late into the evening on Wednesday and deep into Thursday morning, like Tuesday/Wednesday. Unlike the previous day, I got a lot more accomplished, hitting seven easy and one moderate challenge. In addition, I also tried out […]

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Branching Out and Up

I really pushed it today, as I completed nine challenges on CodeEval. Although most of the challenges were easy, I did two moderate challenges (one in Ruby), and one hard challenge. In addition, one of the easy challenges I completed in both Python 2 and Python 3, bringing it to four languages that I’ve worked […]

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