Hello again, Alex.
Following good design and programming principles, as well as all of the other things you mention int the post, and that i agree with btw, will yield higher quality “automation” code. Just like it will for any other development project.
But, IMO, this is not what automation is (I.e. programming). I view automation as the…[Read more]
While I agree that automation code should be developed following programming and, more importantly, design principles, I don’t think automation is only about programming.
Programming is only one piece of the automation puzzle, out of many. How many pieces you’ll have will depend on the problem being solved, what is being…[Read more]
Greetings, I find my self in the same boat with those that believe that, as @Geoff puts it (paraphrasing) “what do we gain from inciting mobs”? and the answer, for me, is that there is no purpose in engaging. Maybe I’m weird like that, but standards don’t scare me.
And Geoff, “polarizing is an understatement” — I concur!