How do you know what to test when you don’t even know how to write the code that you need to test? This is a paradox that many developers find themselves in daily.
In this episode Donn talks about his strategy for dealing with unknowns in programming, namely around testing and how to figure out how to write tests for new code that might be difficult, unfamiliar or even legacy code.
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App Modularization has plenty of benefits and a lot of Android devs today are starting to modularize their android app.
A common problem though that most folks will start to run into is – how do you manage your database objects in these modules? do you create a single module with all your database dependencies (modularize by layer), do you do the right thing and modularize by feature so each module has it’s own database file etc.?
In this episode Kaushik grapples with that question and tries to come up with an answer.
In this episode of Fragmented, Donn talks about when it’s appropriate to comment your code.
Donn then dives into the types of code comments, when you might want to comment vs when you might not want to (depending upon your consumer) and then gets into how he decides to comment his code with a simple two-step process.