Monthly Archives: July 2007

The secret to unit testing: the unit

After spending time in some of my old code this weekend, I’ve come to the conclusion that developers new to unit testing are likely to bloat their tests.Since your test has set up some type of state, it’s very tempting … Continue reading 

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Stored Procedures: Going…going…gone?

For years now, I’ve been a fan and advocate of stored procedures. I’ve used them in almost every system I’ve worked on. Recently I even used them almost exclusively for a large system with a MySQL Cluster back-end (which was … Continue reading 

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