Petar Thomas wrote:The title is like that, little here little there, becaouse, also...
Petar Thomas wrote:and that's big thing for me... I am not doing yet unit tests, but I think that I will reborn when I start to do it... Also, I don't write JavaDoc yet... i do things only for my self, so I don't have to do anything..
Paul Clapham wrote: But back in the days when you had to write your code on special squared paper and give it to an underpaid clerk to type it onto punched cards, writing a thousand lines of untested code was a normal occurrence.
Petar Thomas wrote:.... how much is slowlier to write it on a right way? And how much is needed more concentration for that? And... How much is normal to be done per day, but with JUnit tests? (, becaouse, I imagine lot's of people are working without good tests, for what I do think it is not good..)
I believe, IMHO, etc. that a programmer produces a working program much more quickly with unit tests. The time to write the unit tests is small, and the improvement in quality of your code is huge. With proper JUnit tests, your code stays working as it ages and is modified.
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Bert Bates wrote:
I can write a lot if it doesn't have to compile!
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