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Minimize new in Automated Tests

Automated tests have gained a lot of acceptance in recent years. Not long ago, many organizations bristled at the notion of having their expensive developers spend time writing code that wasn’t actually going to ship to production, but instead would just verify that the “real” code worked. Today, the idea that testing in many instances is something computers can do very effectively – and cost effectively – relative to human testers (or, *cough* users) has gained general acceptance. And so, a lot more tests are being written. Which...