The lights cut out. The crowd roars. It’s time. The band takes the stage. They’ve practiced the songs, particularly the covers. They’ve sound checked the coverage of the speakers. They know the lighting rig has the proper colored gels covering the lamps. They’re nervous, but they’ve got it all covered.
Similarly, code coverage can give you confidence before your app performs on production and also tell you how live code is used (or not used). We’ll cover how to leverage ruby’s different coverage measurement techniques in concert to assist your crew and delight your audience.
We'll discuss in detail each of the coverage modes that ruby provides, which answer the following questions:
Lines - how many times was each line executed?
Oneshot Lines - which lines were executed?
Methods - how many times was each method executed?
Branches - how many times was each conditional executed?
Kevin lives near Boston, where he is a Software Developer. He’s doing the best he can to cope with 2 years of concerts that could have been.
(all in Eastern Time zone)
- 5:30pm Meeting start, welcome
- 5:40pm First time attendees introductions, ice breaker
- 6:00pm Speaker start
- 7:00pm Jobs & Hiring Announcements