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Have you ever been in a situation, where a simple change of code broke a few hundred tests? Have you ever had the idea that tests slow you down, inhibit your creativity, make you afraid to change the code? If you had, it means you've entered the Dungeon-of-very-bad-tests, the world of things that should not be. I've been there. I've built one myself. And it collapsed killing me in the process. I've learned my lesson. So here is the story of a dead man. Learn from my faults or be doomed to repeat them.

Posted by martinig  |   Jan 22 2013 / 02:19

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