Great piece. I agree with some of these conclusions. I think most TDD'ers would too.
In reality, these laws are usually bent to a certain degree. But there are rules for a reason.
The problem might arise when they're bent too much or too frequently.
From my experience, Nano cycles are also necessary and skipping them too often might lead to bugs not so easily discoverable after/during the blue phase.
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