Don’t Blame Your Crappy Behavior on Personality Tests

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Katie Marovitch
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While getting started testing often provides noticeable immediate improvement for any developer, it’s often not until the realization that tests are things that need *design* to provide maximal benefit that developers begin to appreciate or even *enjoy* them.

We’ll investigate how building shallow, transparent layers for your tests makes for better failures, clearer tests, and quicker diagnoses.
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20 thoughts on “Don’t Blame Your Crappy Behavior on Personality Tests”

  1. I'm a textbook example of an Aries. Lots of people are okay with me because I know being brash and headstrong does not automatically mean I get to go around picking fights for no reason. And since when are Virgos the only ones allowed to be smart? I have never heard that before.

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