Writing your own slide-presentation app is a bad idea, even if you really want that one extra feature. Anyway, here’s the thing I cobbled together to deliver my #CodeMash presentation. Do as I say, not as I do (or at least do it better).
The slides and demo project from my Codemash 2020 presentation, “Test Driven Development - Save your time, save your sanity, write great code fast”, are up at https://roub.net/pres/codemash2020/. #codemash
Unforeseen consequence of building a web app to run my presentation’s slides (long story, it’s doing demo-project git checkouts along the way) - need to come up with a way to export/share the slides. Yay, airplane project! #codemash
Since I’ll be so close to my hometown for #codemash next week, I couldn’t resist getting involved with Brent Kirby’s 10x3 Songwriter Showcase, playing a few songs and hanging with old friends.
Way beyond proud to be my parents’ son. When it comes to giving back, Judy and Bryan Roub lead by example
It’s humbling to run an old (really old) set of unit tests in randomized order. And reasonably satisfying to fix the exposed dependencies so I feel comfortable calling them “unit tests” again.
“You choose the web you want. But you have to do the work.” Brent Simmons: You Choosehttps://inessential.com/2019/10/29/you_choose
Really looking forward to the #LISA19 conference next week. Here’s where I’m pretty sure I’ll be… lisa19.sched.com/paulroub
As I begin preparing my #CodeMash talk in earnest, I’m equally grateful that (a) they accepted one of my submissions and (b) they only accepted one of my submissions.
“…working together as a single mob, we saw some incredible improvements in the way our team worked together, the speed of our delivery, and the quality of the systems that we built” hidigital.solutions/blog/our-path-to-mobbing
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