Finished introduction and first chapter, the book now looks really amazing, I'm satisfied!
Incoming chapter 2.
Registered to the slack team responsible for collecting scientific data. Had a look around at a possible project I might contribute to, cloned and started successfully.
I also got in contact with one of the team, seems promising, we'll see.
A fellow recurser was in need for some help with testing best practices, on a couple projects:
- test cover a simple one page app that lets you see the difference between two dates
- create a project from scratch with tests and TDD
This is a wonderful opportunity to be able to speak more about testing, and understand what I don't know about it or what I am not so sure about it.
I am thinking about what could be the best approach here, should I take notes? Should I record the whole thing? (this would be awkward...)
Finished the first era. I can now apply mutations to a project, and I've got the scaffolding to making it a command line tool, meaning that I can also use modules from the project I am mutating!
Next steps are:
- read sources and tests of the example project I have in Cerebro source code
- provide a simple diff output of what changed between code and mutation in case of an alive mutant