1. Personal unit testing
    Edward O’Connor

  2. test-driven lifehacking

  3. Michal Wallace’s idea

  4. daily

  5. did I do the dishes?

  6. did I fix a bug?

  7. have I talked to my parents recently?

  8. pass, fail, skip

  9. what makes a good test?

  10. fixable today in 1–2 hours

  11. bad: “Have I read Ulysses?”

  12. good: “Did I read 10 pages of the book I’m reading?”

  13. steps, not ends

  14. bad: “Do I speak seven languages fluently?”

  15. good: “did I study Spanish for more than 20 minutes yesterday?”

  16. what, not how

  17. works in your life

  18. mindfulness

  19. test coverage

  20. balance

  21. work

  22. family & friends

  23. health

  24. community

  25. finances

  26. sticking to it

  27. 50% rule

  28. gradual updating

  29. effortless test-taking

  30. pencil and paper

  31. spreadsheet

  32. Emacsselftest.el

  33. James Tauber’s habitualist

  34. gaming your own system

  35. vacation v. weekends

  36. avoid introspection

  37. I’m my own imaginary friend

  38. buddy system

  39. public tests

  40. public ChangeLog

  41. results on twitter

  42. progress

  43. two months

  44. 9/11/2007 — 45%

  45. 9/16/2007 — 50%

  46. 10/5/2007 — 67%

  47. 10/31/2007 — 73%

  48. 11/6/2007 — 80%

  49. thank you

  50. slides & tests

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