Introduction to TDD Abstract
You should have experience with coding. This can be experience from working on small personal projects, open source projects or professional development experience.
You should have some experience using the command line.
Tools we’ll be using
* Your code editor of choice (I will be using VSCode. You are free to use the same or whatever you’re more comfortable with. You can download VSCode for free here - https://code.visualstudio.com/download)
* Jest testing framework
* Yarn package manager
* The command line
Here are some links to some articles you can read up on to prep for the workshop in learning about TDD:
• What to bring
Please bring your laptop! If you do not have a laptop available, please alert the group prior to your arrival and we will be sure to set you up with a loaner laptop for the day!
• Important to know
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6:30pm - Short talk explaining the what, why and how to use TDD.
7:00pm - Hands on walkthrough, writing some tests and code.
8:30pm - 9pm - Networking and time to ask further questions.