We're over halfway through the month of October, which means #Hacktoberfest is halfway done! Did you get your 4 PRs yet? This past week, I got 5 more PRs done, two around unit tests for one project, a documentation fix for a unit-testing package for Laravel's Eloquent, adding new functionality for the Snorlax library that … Continue reading #Hacktoberfest Week 2 Recap
I get asked a lot how we can tell if our unit tests are actually any good. When doing test code review, there's a lot of factors I look for to judge whether or not they are effective, quality unit tests. For a project I am working on, I'm looking for some examples of code … Continue reading How Do I Know If My Unit Tests Are High Quality?
The first week of #Hacktoberfest is done! How'd you do? You just need to get one this week if you want to space out your four PRs over the month! Remember, they don't have to be merged this month - so don't worry if you don't quite get it right, just give it a shot! … Continue reading #Hacktoberfest Week 1 Recap
For the third year in a row, Hacktoberfest is back! Hacktoberfest is a celebration of open source software encouraging everyone to contribute. The exciting part is if you make 4 Pull Requests to ANY Open Source project on Github in the month of October, you get an awesome shirt! (This is last year's shirt, they're different … Continue reading Happy #Hacktoberfest!