From the beginning we are always told that we need to test our code. We're given large examples and tons of libraries. But the answer to why is always something like, "We should" or "Because we have to know if there are bugs". Let's talk about the real reasons behind testing, and why testing can and will ultimately save you time and frustration in the future.
About Jeff Baumgardt
Jeff is a software engineer of 14 years. Specializing in React for nearly 7 years he gas seen it all, class components, mixins, HoC, all the way to functional components and SSR.
He's been mentoring at a bootcamp, Thinkful, for 4 years and has over 40 students he's worked with.