# Let's Code: Test-Driven JavaScript - perhaps not a MOOC warning

 1 This is clearly different from the kinds of classes we've been looking at but I thought I'd put it up here to see if any of you are interested. It started as a Kickstarter project. It has already been beta'd by over a thousand people. It costs money. $19.95 per month - 5$ discount for early subscribers. Let's Code: Test-Driven JavaScript is a screencast series focused on rigorous, professional web development. That means test-driven development, of course, and also techniques such as build automation, continuous integration, refactoring, and evolutionary design. We support multiple browsers and platforms, including iOS, and we use Node.js on the server. The testing tools we're using include NodeUnit, Mocha, expect.js, and Testacular. http://www.jamesshore.com/Blog/Lets-Code-JavaScript-Now-Available.html asked 12 Feb '13, 08:34 robrambusch ♦ 24.2k●6●67●282
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