• Into The Realm Of Testing

    Wait, isn’t Unit Testing the same as TDD? Is TFP a thing? I should write a test before even writing the code I will be testing in the first place? As I incurred into the realm of testing this questions were popping in my mind. I don’t have yet an...

  • The Unexpected Library

    Sometimes unexpected things happen. For example, today I planned on reading about TDD and Unit Testing, and later blogging it. Yet, here I am, and -spoiler alert- this isn’t a post about TDD… at least not conceptually. As a mean of practicing Test Driven Development, and familiarize with beautiful array...

  • Deeper into JS

    The Kata of today was working with ‘ES6 features’. We worked with Reflect and Array.from, in all honesty, I didn’t make too much of Reflect, in terms that its usefulness didn’t resonate with the kind of work I have done (or imagine for that matter). Array.from on the other hand...

  • You Don't Know NodeJS

    I know, its Saturday. But well, this will be short. Have you ever come across the books by ‘Kyle Simpson’ “You Don’t Know Javascript”? Well I thought to myself “You Don’t Know Node”, and that might be a bit problematic, specially if I use JS frequently. Before you frown upon...

  • Hands On

    After the daily meeting, it was time for a little wax on wax off action in Javascript fashion, so I did “ES6 Katas”. Dejan, Wolfram (two of my mentors), and I went over the concept of Destructuring, specifically how it’s applied in objects. The way ‘destructuring’ works is pretty cool....

  • Propaedeutic

    Propaedeutic might be fancy word, but I have found it to be extremely useful. Propaedeutic comes from the ancient greek ‘propaideusis’ translated as “preparatory education”. I take it as the knowledge to be obtained before you learn a discipline, before you play football you need to learn how to run,...