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[–] roznak 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

If you can’t quite manage that, I’d advise you to take on less work in each time period, until you’ve taken on a small enough batch that you can actually get it done.

Massive FAIL! This never works in good programming.

In good programming you look at all the possible issues and then create a multiple dimensional level solution that solves it elegantly. The code will be a little bit more complex but it probably collapse the number of code to 20% of what you would have created.

And if done correctly, this slightly more complex code will be self correcting and self testing where your need for mocking and unit testing will be reduced to the minimum.

Good developers don't write code, they write cathedrals where every part has a function and well thought place.