Why you should record yourself coding
Watching yourself code is like hearing yourself sing: you realise that you are not Stevie Wonder.
The initial thing I noticed is that I'm not as fast or as accurate at typing as I thought I was. I switched to the Apple mini wireless keyboard about a month ago and I'm not yet as fast as I was with my alternative Windows keyboard, which was the Microsoft Comfort Curve. I also noticed I use the arrow keys way to much and I should learn to make better use of the shortcut keys to go to the end of, or beginning of a line.
The Kata flows reasonably well however I take too many steps during the last test when asserting the exception message for negatives.
I would have liked to extract sections of the code into methods but due to an error I was seeing with Eclipse I was unable to.
- QUnit Test Runner
Here is the original recording which is 10 minutes in length: