It’s simple, highly flexible, and extremely versatile.
Oh, and to Mike Spille, who objected to my describing JUnit as having architecture… *razz*. 🙂 Just because JUnit is only a “handful of classes” doesn’t mean it’s doesn’t have an architecture. Indeed, small and elegant (and extremely flexible and versatile), outweighs big and heavy any day.
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My name is Robert Watkins. I am a software developer and have been for over 20 years now. I currently work for people, but my opinions here are in no way endorsed by them (which is cool; their opinions aren’t endorsed by me either). My main professional interests are in Java development, using Agile methods, with a historical focus on building web based applications. I’m also a Mac-fan and love my iPhone, which I’m currently learning how to code for.
I live and work in Brisbane, Australia, but I grew up in the Northern Territory, and still find Brisbane too cold (after 22 years here). I’m married, with two children and one cat. My politics are socialist in tendency, my religious affiliation is atheist (aka “none of the above”), my attitude is condescending and my moral standing is lying down.
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