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Test-Driven Development & Return on Investment: Is TDD worth it?

Test-Driven Development has many advantages, undoubtedly. However, one of the significant problems that are standing in the way of its implementation is the fact that writing unit tests is more time-consuming than the traditional approach to development. It is possible that creating unit tests could take as much as twice of the time it would take to write the code without unit tests. And this is not counting the time needed for the team training and changing the team's approach.

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