These are chat archives for nfeliciano/mangiamo

26th
Sep 2014
Noel Feliciano
@nfeliciano
Sep 26 2014 21:22
Alexey had mentioned to me that it might be worth watching the lectures of this course. http://startupclass.samaltman.com/
cjcook
@cjcook
Sep 26 2014 22:10
So I did some JUnit testing for Java apps at CGI, and it looks like QUnit can be used for Javascript apps, so I'll have a look into that.
I don't know how much experience you guys have with unit testing, but pretty much it's writing individual test cases (think edge cases, using character input for ints, that sort of thing) for small bits of code, and then creating test "suites" for large portions of the entire codebase.
I also did some web/UI testing using Selenium, which again tests individual cases - but ones that have more to do with inputting/submitting form fields, page-to-page navigation, etc. But those things can be automated/saved (like unit tests) and run repeatedly.
Lloyd Montgomery
@LloydMontgomery
Sep 26 2014 22:12
That is not an IM.. that is a face-to-face discussion =P
Noel Feliciano
@nfeliciano
Sep 26 2014 22:12
I would really like some experience with Unit testing which is why I wanna push for doing it here. The last angular project I worked on had some issues with unit testing - this might be useful. https://docs.angularjs.org/guide/unit-testing
cjcook
@cjcook
Sep 26 2014 22:15
ohhh that's nice. So Angular has integrated unit testing. let's definitely look into that
Lloyd Montgomery
@LloydMontgomery
Sep 26 2014 22:15
Do you see the repository “Activity” on the right Noel? Can you filter down the Activity to more reasonable actions. Things like “labeled” and “opened” are not so important.
Noel Feliciano
@nfeliciano
Sep 26 2014 22:17

I tried to do that just now, but there's nothing on 'labeled'. 'Opened' is good because it tells us whenever someone puts up an issue. Unfortunately, the only options for me are to either remove issues entirely or not at all (which means 'labeled' stays on).

We could just make it all just commits and pull requests, but I think issues is good to have on there

Lloyd Montgomery
@LloydMontgomery
Sep 26 2014 22:20
Okay
The integration is actually quite useful. Just hover over the activities on the right and they show you what happened / what was commented on without having to open github.. Brilliant. Yes, definitely leave that in
You commented on the wrong issues Noel =P
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Noel Feliciano
@nfeliciano
Sep 26 2014 22:23
Oops
Lloyd Montgomery
@LloydMontgomery
Sep 26 2014 22:25
You’re done forking right Chris? Permissions are correct for the account you are using?
cjcook
@cjcook
Sep 26 2014 22:26
Yup, i was just signed into github from the wrong account. Got it figured out now
Noel Feliciano
@nfeliciano
Sep 26 2014 22:26
So you’ll be on cjcook not chrisjcook?
cjcook
@cjcook
Sep 26 2014 22:28
i believe chrisjcook has the permissions
Lloyd Montgomery
@LloydMontgomery
Sep 26 2014 22:28
We need to add a “Coding Conventions” section to GitHub. Where is the best place to add that? Wiki? Issue? New markdown file?
cjcook
@cjcook
Sep 26 2014 22:28
i think my computer automatically logs me into cjcook - i'll look into changing that
Noel Feliciano
@nfeliciano
Sep 26 2014 22:29
@LloydMontgomery Wiki, in my opinion
Lloyd Montgomery
@LloydMontgomery
Sep 26 2014 22:29
You are on cjcook right now
chrisjcook
@chrisjcook
Sep 26 2014 22:29
yeah, gitter signed me into cjcook
still signed in on github with chrisjcook
Lloyd Montgomery
@LloydMontgomery
Sep 26 2014 22:30
@nfeliciano Yeah we’ll add that to the “todo” for our next meeting. Is there a place to do that?? We need a “todo” for our todos!
Noel Feliciano
@nfeliciano
Sep 26 2014 22:31
Ha todos are a bit harder. Lots of better tools on the outside (like Trello) to do stuff like that, but in GitHub, I think wikis best
Lloyd Montgomery
@LloydMontgomery
Sep 26 2014 23:19
Let’s look into HipChat