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Open Source Tooling and Automation Part 2: Unit Testing

In this lab you will extend your previous lab's tooling to include automated unit tests. Most large software projects include tests, and it's a good idea to know how to create, run, and debug them.

Please following the instructions in the doc at

When you are done, write a blog post about the experience, including:

  • what you did
  • what you learned
  • things you found interesting or difficult.
  • Was unit testing new to you? If so, what did you think? If not, how was it different with Jest/JS?

Make sure you include links to things you discuss in your blog.

After you've written your unit tests and got them passing on Travis, add your name, your blog post, and a link to a passing build on TravisCI running your tests:

# Name Blog Post (URL) TravisCI Build for Tests (URL)
1 Christopher Singh
2 Dang Khue Tran
3 Nagashashank P
4 Badr Modoukh
5 Max Fainshtein
6 Simon de Almeida
7 Heetai Park
8 Len Isac
9 Andrey Bykin
10 Kevin Ramsamujh
11 Oleg Mytryniuk
12 Zenan Zha
13 Tiago Araujo Aguiar
14 John James
15 Margaryta Chepiga
16 Brandon Bhagwandeen
17 Dmytro Sych
18 Timothy Moy
19 Ray Gervais
20 Bohoon John Kim
21 Peiying Yang
22 Arsalan Khalid
23 Theo D
24 Maya Filipp
25 Jerry Goguette
26 Xiao Lei Huang
27 Eugueni Antsyferov
28 Eduardo Sorozabal
29 Shivam Gupta
30 Rahul Gupta