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Self reviewing and testing own code

When we simply can’t have (or don’t want!) a team

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I know: in theory other humans should better review and test one’s code; nobody should rely only on theirselves (nor their tools — as good as they can be in the 2nd decade of the 21st century), or it’s just going to be too easy to let ugly things release unnoticed.




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Sorin Dolha

Sorin Dolha

Software developer at DlhSoft • married • father of two • MacBook enthusiast • writing from Cluj

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