Course code: WEB-32
Years with company:
Primary programming language:
Other programming languages:
Python, Perl, VHDL, Verilog,
Unit test harnesses:
VectorCast, CUnit, cargo-test
I enjoy mushroom hunting, Jazz/Folk/Blues guitar, and baking.
Test practice now:
using Rust's built-in unit-test framework combined with hardware-in-loop test.
Under 10 seconds
Conforms to Rust standards and practices.
Function too long:
If it's not obvious at a glance what the function does, it can probably be written better.
Done with Mob Programming, and it's awesome. I highly suggest it.
Favorite thing about dev:
I enjoy discovering solutions to problems, building circuits which address these problems, and developing control algorithms to make the thing do the thing.
Least favorite thing about dev:
The tediously slow process of performing code reviews over e-mail.
1.) Identify the thing.
write a robust test.
test that the test fails as expected.
2.) Do the Thing.
3.) test it.
4.) if it fails, see step 2.
5.) if it passes, see step 1.
Why are you attending:
1.) My boss paid for it.
2.) I'm actually really excited to have a boss willing to pay for this kind of training instead of just telling me to google it real quick and then implement it.