Monthly Archives: October 2006

Atomicity in Unit Tests

Unit tests can be a touchy subject for some developers.  For some, they dispise doing them at all, while others go completely overboard with them.  I’m in the middle.  I don’t believe that they’re a cure-all for bad code, but … Continue reading

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Is Google Java’s dark horse?

 I was around when Java first came out and lived through the sometimes nightmarish stability problems in the early releases.  Java was out before .Net was even alphaware and it brought a great deal to the table.  But something went wrong or … Continue reading

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