Course code: VIAVI-1
Years with company:
Primary programming language:
Other programming languages:
Unit test harnesses:
Google Mock (barely)
In my current role, I am a scrum master but still participate in some software development and code reviews. I'd like to be able to write and review unit tests.
Test practice now:
Mostly integration level testing.
Embedded software running on telecommunication test equipment. Major components are test application, user interface, and FPGA.
Eclipse for editing. GNU compilers. Atlassian tools to induce anguish and frustration.
My what now?
Function too long:
A function is too what now?
We use Atlassian Fisheye + Crucible, one of their better tools, to distribute reviews to various engineers. Some take the time to review the code carefully. Most just scroll through it and approve it.
Favorite thing about dev:
Well, when I get to do it which is rare, I enjoy the problem solving process as well as the creativity.
Least favorite thing about dev:
Trying to figure out what somebody else did, especially when their code is arcane, poorly written, or not done the way I would do it.
It stands for "Test Driven Development".
Why are you attending:
So that I can learn how to write unit-testable code and write unit tests. That is the real answer. It's not "because my boss said so". I was the one who originally contacted Wingman of my own volition.