An Ode to Testing, my first review

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Author: Charles T. Gray

To give you an idea of where I am in my R developer germination, I’d just started reading about testing when I received an email from @rOpenSci inviting me to review the weathercan package. Many of us in the R community feel like imposters when it comes to software development. In fact, as a statistician, it was a surprise to me when I was recently called a developer.

As a professional-level musician Charles says, “Everything in my life has a soundtrack, and code is no exception.” In her post she has shares some wonderful analogies about how much better things sound to her, now that she writes functions with documentation and tests at the same time

Read more here: https://ropensci.org/blog/2018/03/13/ode-to-testing/