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when i realized most of "professional projects"

Citation needed

Your code matters, not tests.

This is a very short-sighted point of view

 

If you're testing a broken abstraction, your test doesn't work.
Tests could help you refine your abstraction, but test doesn't create the abstraction itself.
That's why focus on good code first, good tests come out later and naturally.

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