“Uncle Bob” Martin creates strong impressions, with outlandish costumes and black-and-white statements. If you understand that this is his didactic style, you can appreciate him fully. But people seem to enjoy jumping on statements rather than trying to grasp the whole. (Ah, Internet culture.)
I’m referring to the sentence: “You don’t need static type checking if you have 100% unit test coverage.”
This is one of the closing statements from Uncle Bob’s recent blog post, Type Wars. Various people jumped all over this, with much LOL.
Who’s right? Is Uncle Bob right? Are his detractors right? Continue Reading…