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Convention over Configuration is a great way to cut down repetitive boilerplate code. But how do you validate that your code adheres to your conventions? TestStack.ConventionTests is a simple NuGet library that makes it easy to build validation rules for convention validation tests. TestStack.ConventionTests also will generate a convention report of the conventions present in your codebase, which you can publish as living documentation