Test for value, not vanity. The testing “pyramid” is dead.

Not in my humble opinion 👆

In 2015, modern tooling and architectures weren’t so developed, which provided a strong rationale for depending heavily on unit tests. In 2020, the distribution of your testing strategy should be adapted to your project, not derived from a 2015 Google blog that probably has no relevance to your architecture.




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