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I'm a .NET Developer primarily. Most of my experience is with your typical line-of-business CRUDy apps, but I'm bit on taking agile methodologies and new coding concepts and technologies and applying them to the solutions I'm working with.
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Do you use unit tests at work? What benefits do you get from them?
I'd add one very important caveat to that - unit testing alone will not guarantee that "your entire codebase works". It will ensure that all units of code work in isolation, but there's still a huge possibility for integration errors, errors in visual presentation of data, etc.