Each quarter I come up with three goals to obtain. Sometimes I hit those goals and other times I may not. Sometimes other accomplishments that I didn’t really account for appear. For example, I didn’t set a goal for reading books but I did read one and I thought that would be interesting to note. Just in case you are interested in my goal tracking tools, I use the Best Self Journal and I highly recommend it.
First off, below are my accomplishments for Q1 2018:
Q1 2018 — Accomplishments
Below is a Q&A session to answer some common questions about testing. Some of these insights come from my book, Testing Angular Applications, and some from my professional experience.
I do a lot of testing for Angular applications. I use Karma for unit testing, Protractor for End-to-End testing, and the Angular-CLI for setting up, configuring and installing testing tools.
Setting up an environment for testing is a snap if you use the Angular-CLI. In the past, setting up your testing environment could be challenging and time-consuming. Now it can be done in a matter of minutes.
Once a project is set up with the Angular-CLI there are tons of handy commands that you can execute. Generating code-coverage reports, changing browsers to test against, watching for code changes so that tests automatically run and much more are available at your fingertips right out of the box. …
I’m going to be spending a fair amount of time in the next couple of weeks traveling and I thought that it would be nice to do a little light reading while I was traveling. My goal was to select 5 solid, software engineering books to read while I was traveling.
In order to pick out the best books that I used the following criteria: