As you can guess from my previous post I believe that tests are not only a useful tool for writing code, but also a great way to deliver quality to your customer, even when you are the customer itself.
To be clear: I’m not an agile fanboy nor I believe that tests are the holy grail, like some people do.
Is quality itself always so important? If two developers have 2 weeks to build an e-commerce from scratch, you can bet they will not write a single line of test, if they want to deliver the code. In this case quality is not that important, at least not as much as writing quickly.
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