|It seems most of the replies indicate resistance to your interpersonal approach here. I wonder why?
There's a lot left out of the story, including meetings, agreements, phone calls, occassional pairing sessions, more meetings, more email, etc. Everyone on the team (well, all three of us) have agreed that good unit tests are essential, but in the heat of battle they get missed. The reaction so far as been "O.K., you caught me. I'll do better next time," which is pretty much what I'd hoped for.
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