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Code is read more often than it is written. It need to be both machine-readable, and human-readable. If your coworkers cannot read and make sense of your code quickly, it is poorly written.
Stack Overflow: naming conventions
Commenting Checklist for self-documenting code
http://worsethanfailure.com/Comments/The-Road-to-Hell.aspx - WTF argues about verbose vs sparse commenting styles and nobody agrees on anything, other than the given example is pretty bad.
- Two Critical Tips for Unit Testing in Java
- VB6 Unit Testing
- http://vb-lite-unit.sourceforge.net/ - works for VBA?
- VB6 & .NET chatter
- N-Unit is for .NET languages
- the arcane process of testing VB6 with NUnit, via the .NET IDE
- http://fit.c2.com/ - FIT: Framework for Integrated Testing; there are a few copies of books floating about
VB6 Class Factory Pattern
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