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Posted on Sep13th2021 by Matthias Noback We'll try the "Fowler Heuristic" first: One of my favourite (of the many) things I learned from consulting with Martin Fowler is that he would often ask "Compared to what?"
Since we know that tests are good, and we want tests for our code, but we have no tests yet, adding some kind of test gets us at least one step closer to the end goal.
My guess is that most development teams want tests for their code for two reasons: To judge the value of any test over no test we should find out if those few tests that developers write in a #NoTest code base are actually helpful to achieve 1 and 2.
It just leads to a lot of unmaintainable test code, that breaks all the time, for all the irrelevant reasons.