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25 October 2011

Always writing tests

It's the way of the egyptian

The coding standard in the Pyramid project is something that I attempt to get closer to. One thing that's there is that code always has tests. So in the current project (which happens to be using Pyramid), I make sure that code has 100% test coverage.

Sometimes it's a bit of a pain though. "Just let me write that one little method and I'll be done! The tests will only be bother!"

But then I start writing the tests anyway and $#!@ if there aren't a bunch of bugs being flushed out of the code. Writing tests simply pays off.


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