On Friday, 9 February 2018 at 14:49:27 UTC, Jonathan M Davis
On Friday, February 09, 2018 14:01:02 Atila Neves via
Unit tests are a great idea, right? Try convincing a group of
10 programmers who have never written one and don't know
anyone else who has. I have; I failed.
The amazing thing is when a programmer tries to argue that
having unit tests makes your code worse - not that they take
too long to write or that they don't want to bother with them
or any that - that they somehow make the code worse.
- Jonathan M Davis
Actually, it can make lazy programmers write worse code if they
write code to satisfy the tests instead of writing code according
to the spec...