💡 The best way to write testable code is to write the test first. In a real-world project, we maintain two TDD loops: an outer and inner loop. One for the outer Acceptance Test, and one for the inner Unit Test loops. Once all the tests pass on both loops, we're done implementing the application core. This technique is called Double Loop TDD. Following that, we…
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