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marked as duplicate by amon, Community Feb 26 '17 at 9:36

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Effectively tracking changes to configuration from dev to prod

Clearly a "Systems Lifecycle" question, which needs combined organizational and technical measures, so undoubtly within the site's scope. Also a "real life" situation - I have encountered these kind of questions multiple times in the past, and I guess others, too. So I am a bit astonished the question did not get more attention last week - maybe it will get by my suggestion for the QotW here.

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Should every method return a value for Unit Testing?

This question is about adapting a design for testability. But it turns out to be a bit of an XY-problem. Since OP has provided a couple of code snippets for context and has expressed their intention, the answers were able to point out that the “system under test” doesn't just have to be a single method.

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