When we write code we sometimes get carried away and forget to think about if we are spending our time right. However more common I see people (including myself) forgetting to think of cost vs benefit of the tests we write.
In my old blog I had a number of posts that are useful to people relocating in general and US specifically. The other day something happened that made me think it was time to bring that topic back to life
I was reading this article that is doing a pretty good job at explaining in what situations an IoC container saves the day. And even though I dislike most uses of IoC containers I've seen I have found them useful once or twice.
I once was working with a company that complained that my code was not optimized because it used 100% of the CPU. So I asked if the user interface was responsive. And it was. So I asked if they experienced any noticeable delays in responses. They didn't. So I asked for how long the CPU was at 100%. And the answer was...