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With all the unit tools available, and which are largely included in every IDE, following a TDD (Test Driven Development) process is easy. Here is how to follow the TDD principle in Visual Studio.
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How does automated testing fit into Agile? It hasn’t changed that much, but a sensible approach (assuming development process is also sensible), is to do a combined UI and code level test, so you minimise the high-maintenance part (the UI tests). UI tests are always appealing, as easy to generate (with fine tuning, of course) but ultimately they are harder to maintain ongoing. The first flurry of automation can lead to a muddle of part-baked scripts, with no-one maintaining them and little relevance to requirements.
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