Eric Lee

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  • Blog Post: GenesisEngine: Listen To The Tests!

    Update: this blog is no longer active. For new posts and RSS subscriptions, please go to http://saintgimp.org . As I wrote last time, I made a bit of a mess in my GenesisEngine project by jamming too many responsibilities into one class. I’m working on straightening that out and ran across some...
  • Blog Post: What’s the Business Impact of Adopting Unit Testing?

    Update: this blog is no longer active. For new posts and RSS subscriptions, please go to http://saintgimp.org . Someone asked a question on an internal distribution list to the effect of: “My team is thinking about making unit testing a standard practice. The technical benefits are obvious...
  • Blog Post: The Number of Classes Is Not A Good Measure Of Complexity

    Update: this blog is no longer active. For new posts and RSS subscriptions, please go to http://saintgimp.org . Must . . . Resist . . . New Class . . . For some reason, most developers (me included) have this idea that the number of classes in your code base strongly indicates the complexity of...
  • Blog Post: What goal does your culture value?

    Update: this blog is no longer active. For new posts and RSS subscriptions, please go to http://saintgimp.org . There have been several blog posts written recently on the topic of TDD and whether it ultimately makes you more productive or just slows you down. I don’t have much to add to that...
  • Blog Post: Writing Unit Tests That People Can Read

    Update: this blog is no longer active. For new posts and RSS subscriptions, please go to http://saintgimp.org . There’s a great quote from Refactoring: Improving the Design Of Existing Code: “Any fool can write code that a computer can understand. Good programmers write code that...
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