Our function has the keyword
async before it. The
await keyword can only be used inside functions defined with
async function returns a promise implicitly, and the resolve value of the promise will be what…
…as an array or object, expressions evaluate to new data structures. This may sound inefficient, but most functional languages use trie data structures under the hood, which feature structural sharing: meaning that the old object and new object share references to the data that is the same.
…ammit; you NEED *Acceptance Criteria (AC)!!!
Sounds like common sense, right? However, shockingly, Scrum teams with a lot of the problems listed above still work on assumptions and gentlemen’s agreements, with not an acceptance criteria in sight. Backlogs are barren and desert-like with the lack of detail, and that’s a big problem.