Avoiding Asynchronous Programming in Node.JS
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Continous Testing: with Ruby, Rails, and JavaScript -- Now in Print!

It's done! It's out. And I couldn't be happier.

As part of writing writing Continous Testing: with Ruby, Rails, and JavaScript, I had the opportunity to talk to a lot of people about what Rod and I were doing, and what they thought of it. Most of the people, once introduced to the idea, thought it was so obviously good that there just wasn't any reason not to follow this practice. By running your tests on every change, you create a tight feedback loop that makes it so much easier to find bugs and get a better understanding of what your code is doing. I'm really proud of what we've done with this book because I think the techniques we discuss in it will really open this practice up to a wide range of developers and projects.


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Congrats! Enjoyed reviewing it!

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