Are Boolean Return values Evil?

Sunday, September 11 2016 code-gardening

If you’re tempted to write a method with a boolean return type, consider whether another design might be more appropriate. One classic illustration of the problem with boolean return values can be seen in the standard .NET framework method int.TryParse().

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Track your Test Coverage with OpenCover

Monday, September 19 2016 testing

Test coverage isn’t a perfect metric, but it is a useful one, and I’ve found that the OpenCover project is a useful way to keep an eye on code coverage in my own projects.

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