2. How do you think, maybe I have to stop talking? It looks like I've become so talkative last time and you've find out more information about me than you need to? I'm afraid of having become read by you like a book and you'll lost a desire to go on communicating with me. I don't want to ask you do you really need me, because of perfectly imagining you don't understand it too. I'll never tell you about my dreaming of your hands are touching my ones, or your voice is singing just for me. No. There're just thoughts of wale introvert, and I'd like to save them in my soul till you feel it. If you feel.
My keeping silent at the time of your speaking doesn't mean I'm not interesting of things you're talking about. I'm more than it looks like. I just want to hear every your phrase and don't stop it answering or telling smth. If I don't ask you about the things you want me to, it doesn't mean I have no desire to know it. I'm strange, peculiar, incomprehensible, foolish, but I'm not able to change myself without your help. I want you to look at what my silence is hiding. I'm sure, you'll understand. I feel that you feel.
So, please, help me. Show, write, say or hint me you really need me or not. Do you need my stupid and primitive questions? Do you need my stupid and primitive answers? Do you need me? 'Cause I don't want to admit it, but it looks like I'm becoming depended on you and at the same time I don't want to be sick of it alone.
Maybe, we have to be together? *be sick of one another together?
"Just run the unit tests and see if everything passes". That's my goto line when someone else starts prodding around and changing my code after a hand over. If one of those test fail it means the functionality i originally wrote the code for no longer exists.
I have been slacking on unit tests recently due to the fact that Xamarin studio is not as awesome as Visual Studio with Resharper, but that's no valid excuse. If you're a one man team, you need all the testing and testers you can get. Luckily software development has come to a point where we can write code that tests itself. It will tell you when you made a mistake.
TDD takes it a bit far, but i feel it's a good practice to get you started. I don't follow TDD at the moment for the code i'm writing because the IDE i'm deving in would slow my process down tremendously. Unit tests provide speed, speed of fixes, speed in changes, speed in development.
I try use it as often as possible to break down a problem and test each part individualy. It's helped ne a great deal.