Unit testing is great, but not if it means exposing internal classes as publics. You don’t have to do that any more. Continue reading Unit testing internal classes
Motivation isn’t one of those things I’ve lacked in IT. I’ve always been the kind of bloke who arrives early, puts in a full days work before going home and turning the PC on to do a bit more. It’s just the way I am, I love writing code and I love working with PCs. Until recently, anyway.
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I’m working on a new web site for the company I work for. I have a test version setup in a test folder so I can test stuff without affecting the production sites. The old site was statically built pages, created nearly a decade ago and looking very tired, so I decided it was about time to spruce it up a little. Continue reading Adventures in PHP Land
I think the universe is fundamentally broke. As a young person, you are in your best years to learn new things yet most young people don’t want to learn. The thoughts of going to school come a very distant second to the Xbox, chatting with your friends on your phone or just plain having fun.
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Maybe it has a lot to do with my “introduction” to TDD but I don’t get it. What’s the point of TDD?
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