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An Update to The JavaScript Testing Challenge

January 09, 2011

Update: The JavaScript Testing Challenge Winner

In The JavaScript Testing Challenge, I asked JavaScript developers of the world to change their heathen ways and embrace the future of automated testing for a healthier and brighter tomorrow.

However, due to seasonal timing or otherwise real life related reasons, the challenge was greeted with a worldwide chorus of universally blank stares. So, in the true spirit of Christmas, I’m removing the deadline and will award the grand prize to the developer with the first correct and complete PrimeFactors code kata screencast. That’s right, be the first to answer the challenge will win a copy of Test-Driven JavaScript Development by Christian Johansen (PDF or Print version, your choice).

If you have any questions or need help getting started, let me know! I’d be glad to help. Good luck!

Time of entry will be based on the twitter at message sent to @zachleat. Full restrictions and rules posted here.

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Zach is a builder for the web with IndieWeb Avatar for https://www.netlify.comNetlify. He created the IndieWeb Avatar for https://www.11ty.devEleventy site generator and is still fixated on web fonts. His public speaking résumé includes talks in eight different countries at events like IndieWeb Avatar for https://jamstackconf.com/Jamstack Conf,btconf’s AvatarBeyond Tellerrand, IndieWeb Avatar for https://smashingconf.com/Smashing Conference,CSSConf’s AvatarCSSConf, and IndieWeb Avatar for https://www.whitehouse.govThe White House. He is an emeritus of IndieWeb Avatar for https://www.filamentgroup.comFilament Group, nejsconf’s AvatarNEJS CONF, and still helps out with nebraskajs’s AvatarNebraskaJS. Read more about Zach »

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