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Programmers are also lazy to write scenarios for everything.

Actually, many developers I know prefer to write their unit tests as thin as possible (instead of seeding the db with data per scenario to cover all aspects in the scenario).

I believe their approach sucks eventually since they still cover things from the tech perspective more than the business side.

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