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Test Driven Development For .Net Core

We can start testing with a simple question, Why do we need testing? And What is TDD?

I like the definition below

“TDD is software development process relying on software requirements being written as test cases before real code is written”

But this definition can change for you. I use TDD to organize my code and to make my code conform to solid…

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