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Re: Biggest clue you don't want the job you're offered

by kha0z (Scribe)
on Apr 11, 2001 at 09:24 UTC ( #71595=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Biggest clue you don't want the job you're offered

All these reasons are important... however, for me if I can't wear flip flops and shorts as they try to run me ragged and pressure me into bad coding (none have succeeded at this yet) to meet deadlines. Then why even try, to deal with the other reasons of not accepting a job?

Good Hunting,
kha0z

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[perldigious]: karlgoethebier: Well it is a pretty old and complicated (for me) bit of code I wrote (poorly by my current standards), so I'm expecting everything to break when I add the scoping and find out what else is undesireably scope changed. :-)
[perldigious]: Ah, thanks choroba, that sort of thing was precisely what I was wondering when I asked.
[perldigious]: I didn't want to tie up memory unecessarily basically, I wanted to "delete" it specifically to free it up, and wasn't sure I was even accomplishing that.
[stevieb]: perldigious You should start by writing some unit tests. That'll ensure current functionality doesn't break with changes.
[choroba]: unit tests++
[choroba]: The only problem you can't solve by adding more tests is the problem of having too many tests.

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