JS Testing

While going through the last bit of the freeCodeCamp I had mistakenly changed something in my Pomodoro that was causing multiple errors. I was wanting some sort of Testing protocol, however, I was using CodePen and it doesn’t necessarily have a testing protocol. It is more of a “change it, see it” coding platform.

However, I noticed that while going through Bloc.io I did study some testing protocol with Ruby there was not anything for JS. henceforth I decided to complete a Udacity 2-week course called “JavaScript Testing”. This should help round out my current learning progression of learning more JS with the recent completion of the WesBos React course. After this Udacity course, I will finish off the FCC Front-End Development and get that certificate. At that point, I will complete the NodeJS course from WesBos.

Once done with all that I will need to decide what direction to go. As of today, I have not had the luck to find a Software Development position as of yet so I will continue to dabble in what I see fit following either JS or Ruby. Right now I am enjoying JS so I will stick in that area for a bit.

So much to learn, it’s just so exciting.