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The Case for Testing Trivial Functionality

Testing Posted by Petter Hesselberg Tue, May 08, 2007 09:29

Is any code so trivial that testing it is a waste of time?

In theory, possibly. In real life, no code is ever that trivial -- Real Life has this distressing tendency to turn around and bite your ass when you're not watching.

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http://petterhesselberg.com/trivial-testing.html



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    Posted by Petter Hesselberg Tue, May 08, 2007 13:37

    If you're wondering why I didn't just post the article here: The formatting offered by the blog software is too limiting. With luck, that may change.