Re: A simple unit test framework
On May 6, 9:59 pm, "Phlip" <phlip...@yahoo.com> wrote:
Ian Collins wrote:
Have you tried it? Not having to hold code reviews was one of the
biggest real savings for us.
What you are up against here is Kanze is one of the most aggressive and
competent reviewers out there, and he leads by reviewing. This explains h=
devastating accuracy on C++ questions. So by claiming two dumb people can
get by with pairing and TDD, instead of submitting their code to him for
review, you are taking him out of his Comfort Zone.
Thanks for the complement, but it's not personal, and it's not
about me. The important aspect of code review (one of them,
anyway) is the fresh, unjaundiced viewpoint; the person looking
at the code has not seen it before. Another, perhaps even more
important, is that the programmers write their code to be
reviewed. Someone who has never seen the code before must be
capable of understanding it quickly and without undo effort, and
it must be "obvious" why it works, and that it cannot fail. If,
during review, the author has to explain why the code works, the
code fails review.
James Kanze (GABI Software) email:firstname.lastname@example.org
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