A short entry titled “Just write the God-damn tests, m****f***” where I discuss why the artificial distinction between the scopes of the tests (unit tests, integration tests, system tests), etc. does not matter, and you should just write more tests when they are needed. ( Largely inspired by Zed Shaw’s Programming, M***f***. )."
"Ran Arad of had written in a RadVision blog about an alternate universe where programming teams are populated by iconic characters from Kung-Fu films. You don't have to be a fan of Kung-Fu films to appreciate, but it might help."
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