In the last newsletter, I talked about how it's more important to get started with testing than it is to use a particular framework. This was after hearing the same story again and again of folks wanting to test, but not yet jumping the gap.
So now I want to hear a different tale. I want to hear the other side. People who wanted to start testing, and did! Developers and designers who were able to get the time to learn a new tool or buy some hours to try out testing in their project.
So what's your story?
Don't write an essay (I really don't have time to read a bunch of essays 🙀). I just want to hear short real-world stories about people jumping the hurdles and applying Front-end Testing in their life.
- What is it that you learned? Unit testing, accessibility testing, user testing, etc...
- How did you learn it? Online videos, a book, a class, etc...
- Why did you learn it? Was it a specific requirement, or did you just want to?
Shoot me a quick email by hitting reply, or share your story on our Slack channel, or tweet it with #frontendtesting or write a blog post. I really don't care, just share!