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Test Driven Development, or TDD, is a pretty simple process that allows you to write your code in conjunction with tests to ensure a high level of confidence and code coverage.
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README.md

README

This README would normally document whatever steps are necessary to get the application up and running.

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  • Configuration

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  • Database initialization

  • How to run the test suite

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  • Deployment instructions

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