There are many things that can disturb the perfect flow of front-end development and testing. However, for some reason, most people are led to believe that, whatever the answer is, it might involve new technology. But what if that was not true? What if what we actually need is a new approach, or better yet, a new methodology to guide us? In this episode, Fabio Nolasco gives a glimpse in his book Professional Front-end Architecture, explaining how front-end architects have an opportunity to act as catalysts so that good front-end code and testing can actually happen as it should in our organizations.
About Fabio Nolasco
Fabio is passionate about all the connections between Front-end Development and System Design, System Architecture, User Experience, Productive Workflows, Portable Code, Progressive Web Apps, I, T and ArtificiaIntelligencece. He is also the author of the book Professional Front-End Architecture Helping Front-End Development Reach Its Full Potential.
Quotes & Insights from this Test Talk with Fabio Nolasco
- I always liked computer science since a young age my whole family was confused about my decision. But my goal was that I wanted to apply computers to our computational solutions to real-life problems. I had a small company at that time even in the young age and I saw the people they were studying computer science they didn't really understand that the subject matter of the programs that they would create. And there was always a conflict between the person idealizing the system and those creating the system. So I said well if I go with Forest Engineering I probably can work with programming and for my surprise, there's a lot of programming.
- The first lesson I learned which it sounds pretty simple is that there's no silver bullet in terms of an engineering perspective
- And that's part partially the reason why I wrote the book because I couldn't just say well we already have software architecture why we will create a front in architecture. Why not let software architects take care of this and organize everything. It's because the front in the world is too broad and it changes every week.
- The best advice I can have for people to improve the quality of testing at their company will be for them to get their bosses to buy into the idea of having an architect. An architect will pave the way, will make a way for things to run smoothly and we're going to have way more capacity to focus on testing and doing better quality testing suites.
Connect with Fabio Nolasco
- Twitter: @_fabionolasco
- LinkedIn: fabionolasco
- Blog: fabionolasco.com
- Book: Professional Front-end Architecture
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