I'm not advertising TDD. I just embrace clean code overall and teach my juniors the power of maintainable code ;)
And sometimes it's hard to implement TDD. Especially in legacy applications that weren't meant to be test driven ;)
And to have a good product you need a good team. A good team made of average developers can do more than the bad team made of superstars (I wrote about teamwork on my blog recently here: jumpstart.blog/2017/08/05/software... and here: jumpstart.blog/2017/10/05/a-bunch-...). And I know that word is harsh, but I keep fighting ;)
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