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comment Unit testing in Django
Sounds great hypothetically, but when it comes to project maintenance, I think there's a non trivial cost to inserting a custom-made persistence layer between the business logic and the extremely well-documented Django ORM. Suddenly, the classes become packed with a bunch of tiny intermediary methods that themselves need to be refactored over time. But perhaps this is justified in places where testability is critical.
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comment Unit testing in Django
That's helpful, but doesn't really address the issue of how to best test inherently stateful, ORM-heavy applications.
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