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  • Ten Commandments for Automated Testing

    Ten Commandments for Automated Testing

    Though Shalt Write Tests If you are not writing tests, none of the rest of these matter. You must always start somewhere, and getting some tests is better than not having any. Though Shalt Prove Bugs Exist With Tests Before Fixing Them A bug report is one of the best times to write a test. […]

  • Getting started with Jest

    In the past, my automated testing for javascript was done in either QUnit if it was a browser app or Mocha if it was a node app. On a new project, I decided to kick the tires on Jest and thus far, I really like it. It did have a bit of a learning curve […]