Month: February 2009
Unit Test Coverage
S.Lott writes in his blog about unit test code-coverage: how much is enough? Effective tests should account not only for code paths, but also input values and other application state or external environment that may affect the behavior. For example, it may be easy to get 100% code coverage from tests for a function like […]
How Do You Reward Good Clients?
A user recently asked: I find when I get a ‘good client’ things go so much smoother on a project (there even seems to be less bugs – weird?). I have a habit of rewarding good behavior from anyone (even if its just a simple thank you). I am interested to know what sort of […]