re: What's your spookiest coding story? VIEW POST

TOP OF THREAD FULL DISCUSSION
re: Many years ago my supervisor at the time was making major changes to dozens of business objects and, of course, tons of unit tests would fail. He s...
 

For me it was quite different.
My supervisor didn't want to have unit tests, and I wasn't able to change his mind.

So, I created them anyway (just to be sure that my code worked correctly) and I didn't include the project into the solution.

Of course, it turned out that they were useful, especially for a particular algorithm. But of course he didn't recognized the value of the tests, and that he was wrong.

code of conduct - report abuse