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Zach Leatherman

The JavaScript Testing Challenge Winner

February 14, 2011

Congratulations to Steve Love, who was the first to complete The JavaScript Testing Challenge.

He wins a copy of Christian Johansen‘s book, Test-Driven JavaScript Development.

If you code for a living, testing will make your life easier. Even though the contest is over, I encourage you to go through the steps and complete the original challenge, if for no other reason than to see how easy it is to get a simple testing environment set up with JsTestDriver.

Stay tuned for more coding challenges!

Related: An Update to The JavaScript Testing Challenge

Here’s Steve’s screencast (using, I assume, a mechanical keyboard?):

Zach’s ugly mug (his face)

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 Jamstack Conf, Beyond Tellerrand, Smashing Conference, CSSConf, and The White House. He is an emeritus of Filament Group, NEJS CONF, and still helps out with nebraskajs’s AvatarNebraskaJS. Read more about Zach »

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3 Comments
  1. Steve Love Disqus

    15 Feb 2011
    Yeah, sorry about my banging away on the keys. I had no idea there was any audio capture going on.
  2. Zach Leatherman Disqus

    15 Feb 2011
    It's all good! Is that a DAS Keyboard you're rocking?
  3. Steve Love Disqus

    16 Feb 2011
    Nah, just a cheap USB keyboard. Hadn't heard of Das Keyboard before, but now I'm going to have to buff the letters off my keys and pretend like it's the Ultimate model.

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