Order of the Butterfly
Posts: 392 from 2014/6/11
I actually do have some test apps (for Iris functionality testing) but as a whole I am not writing unit tests since these are boring :)
This is done in my spare time when I want to relax and maintaining unit tests is not relaxing for me.
Yeah, people are different.
I find great joy starting with writing tests on a small unit and see how gradually the code builds up. :)
It's also that the structure of your code is different when you write unit tests. Code that must be testable must be structured differently.
But even if you do this in your spare time, you want to produce value for users and for yourself.