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Test-Driven Development essentially lets the testing process drive the development and design of your application. This incorporates acceptance tests, functional tests, and unit tests. It leads you to create very different kinds of tests that tend to be more resilient to change in the future because you’re verifying behaviors rather than testing pieces of code. TDD allows problems to be detected as early as possible, which has the effect of reducing the number of bugs in production. How do you successfully roll out TDD in your organization?