When you encounter a bug, how often do you have a plan of attack? Do you end up randomly changing pieces of code just to see if that fixes it? If it does, how confident are you that it will stay fixed? Did you break anything else? Are you suuuuure? ;)
Debugging is both an art and a science. Let me show you how to apply both for maximum effectiveness.
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May 7, 2020
Knowing how to test your code is one of those things that separates the pros from the not-yet-pros. In this session, I shared practical tips for why and how you should be writing tests for your code. Once you understand how to do it well, testing can dramatically speed up your workflow and help you write more stable, maintainable software.