Length: 45 minutes
Most programmers don't write automated tests for their code, but I think they would be happier if they did, and I think I know why they don't. It's because the freaks from the Cult of the Test have convinced them that they have to devote their lives and all their worldly possessions to testing.
But you can get a lot of the benefit of the tests even without a lot of time or trouble. In fact, I think that for most people, writing tests should be quick and easy. This talk explains why and how.
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