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    I'd like this for the reasons below, but also because I want to answer the question 'how many hours work did I have assigned at the start of the sprint'.

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    #36: No appreciable hierarchy (like the Resharper test runner). Our standard is to have <className>Tests as the name of the testing class for class name. Each one has a standard test method 'CanConstruct' to ensure the constructor doesn't throw. Simple enough. View that in the Test Explorer and you're presented with a monolithic list of items with no way to differentiate between them without going and adding attributes. Add a tree view - assembly - namespace - class - test. Lack of this prevents me using the VS test stuff.

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