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    ashley williams
    @ashleygwilliams
    hey ya'll - looking for thoughts on my final comment here: rmurphey/js-assessment#129
    also CONGRATS YA'LL, we hit 2300 stars today
    James
    @jamesplease
    nice @ashleygwilliams
    :D
    ashley williams
    @ashleygwilliams
    hi hi
    ashley williams
    @ashleygwilliams
    hey ya'lls just filed rmurphey/js-assessment#130
    if you have suggestions please comment!
    Stephen Rodriguez
    @defaltd
    Hey @ashleygwilliams !
    ashley williams
    @ashleygwilliams
    hello!
    @Stephn-R ^^
    sorry wifi at jsconf is a little weak
    Stephen Rodriguez
    @defaltd
    thats ok! I wish I was at JSConf :+1:
    ashley williams
    @ashleygwilliams
    hehe, i wish i weren't speaking so i could chilllll out
    Stephen Rodriguez
    @defaltd
    Lets switch places then lol :satisfied: are they video taping it for youtube?
    ashley williams
    @ashleygwilliams
    mmhmm
    Stephen Rodriguez
    @defaltd
    Awesome!!! I cant wait to see it. Are you going to be speaking about JS-Assessment?
    James
    @jamesplease
    @jacobroufa
    sorry i haven’t reviewed that PR of yours on js-assessment after you put sooooo much effort into making it awesome
    i am a bad person : (
    it will be reviewed tonight!
    ashley williams
    @ashleygwilliams
    you are not bad jmeas haha
    but yeah, it's been a while
    James
    @jamesplease
    @jacobroufa
    THE PR IS IN
    :trumpet: :dancers: :tada: :birthday:
    thanks so much for doing that!
    it turned out really well i think :D
    ashley williams
    @ashleygwilliams
    :clap: :clap: @jacobroufa @jmeas :heart:
    Jacob M. Roufa
    @jacobroufa
    @jmeas no worries! life happens all the time, right? đź‘Ť
    James
    @jamesplease
    :)
    Chris McKnight
    @cmckni3
    are there any plans to add es 2015 assessments?
    ashley williams
    @ashleygwilliams
    @cmckni3 not at this time rmurphey/js-assessment#125
    @cmckni3 however, you should check out http://es6katas.org/
    Chris McKnight
    @cmckni3
    thanks @ashleygwilliams
    Aur Saraf
    @SonOfLilit
    Hi
    I'm an experienced developer, and I've been using JS here and there for many years, but today I decided for the first time to do a JS project right
    that is - not just hack things until they work, but learn all the amazing tools the JS community created in the past decade
    I need some strong discrimiating opinions. Is this the right place to ask, or is there a better channel?
    ashley williams
    @ashleygwilliams
    hi @SonOfLilit i think this could be a good place to ask questions! we primarily are here to work on the assessment repo- you can use that to see some good javascript practices
    if you are looking for information on tools/libraries/frameworks we could probably point you in a good direction, but that's not what the discussion here is about :)
    Michael Pope
    @amorphid
    Has anyone solved it without recursion? Just curious!
    simpsonjon
    @simpsonjon
    Hey everyone, I wanted to ask if there was a better description of the questions somewhere. For example functionFunction question requires you to return a function that adds the strings and ',<space>'. This isn't mentioned anywhere unless you really look through the test itself.
    rtsang28
    @rtsang28
    Hey, I wonder if you came across with mini test like this:

    The test is in the form of a test framework where the bodies of all of the functions under test are missing.

    The idea, is that you have to have a working Node.js installation and an editing environment that you’re happy with. You write the code required to make the tests pass and after an hour, you zip up your directory and mail it back for scoring.

    The instructions in the directory are:

    Make sure you have a working node installation before starting.

    cd into the js-test directory

    run the command "npm start"

    navigate to localhost:4444

    edit the app/.js files
    so that the tests specified in the corresponding tests/app/
    .js pass.
    Some extra clues are in the test files, but these are not to be changed.

    After one hour zip up the js-tests directory and mail it back.

    Ryan W Moore
    @ryan-w-moore
    @simpsonjon have you found a suitable answer to your question? I have been wondering about that too...maybe we are missing something? Maybe I am missing something...my go-to thought is typically " oh no, it's over my head" but I am hoping perhaps with seeing your question, it might be something else. Let us know if you've come across an answer or figured it out on your own. Thanks!
    Brent Shambaugh
    @bshambaugh
    Filing this in still vaguely curious, think I know the answer, but found the author profitably busy directory:

    My guess is the exports.name and " exports = typeof window ===
    'undefined' ? global : window; " in js-assesment/app/

    binds the name to the window object if in the browser, but the global
    object when in node. This might allow for use of tests in both the
    browser and cli, as a global object is a means of including modules
    (in addition to amd and common.js).

    I got excited when I found a public gitter to ask questions, so no DM worries :)
    I love this repo rmurphey. thanks.
    André Drougge
    @miphe
    @simpsonjon About the functionFunction, I suppose that looking through the tests and understanding what they are expecting, is the way to work with this js assessment