Saturday 23rd November, 2013
2:30pm to 2:55pm
We have an idea, we code it as a custom task in our `Gruntfile.js` and… *it works*!
Then we sleep on it for 6 months and someone stumble on us, revealing some software weakness we have trouble to fix **because we don't remember well** what was our state of mind at the time of writing the code.
*This is not bad*. This is how it often works in the *real world*.
We will learn how to make that **code beautifully speaking by itself**, embracing a *design features* approach rather than the *code stuff tested on runtime* one.
And if you never wrote *unit tests*, this is definitely the trigger which **will break your fear** and share your knowledge of your code across your team.
Web Engineer at BBC R&D
In the past, he worked as a freelancer, in an IT department, in a nation-wide Web agency and cofounded an online intelligence startup.
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