For me it was quite different.
My supervisor didn't want to have unit tests, and I wasn't able to change his mind.
So, I created them anyway (just to be sure that my code worked correctly) and I didn't include the project into the solution.
Of course, it turned out that they were useful, especially for a particular algorithm. But of course he didn't recognized the value of the tests, and that he was wrong.
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