Daniela is a frontend architect. She builds digital experiences that are enjoyable by all users, not only those without disabilities. After 10 years building software, she strives to create an environment where fun and learning are at the core. As a tech lead, she brings social science, informatics and design together to spark joy. She is also a theater actress in training, a yoguini and an endurance “athlete”. She blogs on danielavalero.com
There is a big wall that separates good developers from writing unit tests. The wall is made of misconceptions. And this make us think that they are hard to write, we don’t have time for that or only the profis do them. What if there was a path you could use to go through that wall? Or what if the wall was made of air? During this talk, I want to give you a set of mental hacks to use right away. Using these strategies, can get you not only writing solid unit tests, but also having the time for them.
|Minding the gap in cross-cultural teams||Webinar for Publicis Sapient||October 2015|