Testing Sucks

A session at JSConfUY 2014

Saturday 15th March, 2014

3:20pm to 3:50pm (MMT)

Testing Sucks. Testable projects don't. With focus on unit testing with QUnit and DexterJS (mocking tool) that's a opportunity to reduce code maintenance in long term projects.
When testing we may take a longer path, but the results are a less breaking to unbreakable code. Doing so, we get more time to spend on new features instead of fixing bugs without FUD.

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Leo Balter

JS Developer

A passionate developer for testing JS code, blues and video games. QUnit contributor. Mozilla volunteer on the Web Compatibility Team. Working and learning at Estante Virtual.

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JSConfUY 2014

Uruguay Uruguay, Montevideo

14th15th March 2014

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Time 3:20pm3:50pm MMT

Date Sat 15th March 2014

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